size = input("Enter your shoe size: ") size = int(size) if size > 12: print(str(size) + " is too high.") elif size < 6: print(str(size) + " is too low.") else: print(str(size) + " is in stock.") What is the output from running the above code if the user enters ten?
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beinggreat78 6 months ago
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It will print that the shoe size is in stock when the user prints 10, too high when the user enters 12, and anything less than 6 would be too low. It's a python program describing how basic input data is interpreted.

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