I want to imply a condition to the inputs I am using. Example: if_button_b.was_displayed #and target number = 5 then display.show("win") Basically, what I want to do is: #if button b is pressed on 5 in the counting then display win, if not display lose.

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You can use the word and between conditionals, e.g:

if button_a.is_pressed and button_b.is_pressed:
    print("both pressed")
elif button_a.is_pressed:
    print("a pressed")
elif button_b.is_pressed:
    print("b pressed")

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