Statements in a nested block of code are normally associated by being indented the same amount to the right.
The body of a compound statement can appear on the same line as the header in Python, after the colon:
if x > y: print(x)
This allows us to code single-line if statements, single-line while and for loops, and so on.
This will work only if the body of the compound statement itself does not contain any compound statements.