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Can anyone tell me why my Pi can not access the deeper commands?

It always stops at the command print("cho tao"). I checked whether the conditional statement if state2== True) : worked. My GPIO.input(19) it also changes its value from 0 to 1. It should also work if my state2 get the value of "1" but it does not.

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    Please don't post code as images. Cut & paste the text into your question. – joan May 5 '19 at 11:11
  • @RalfFriedl - Please try to make your edits more complete, as there were a number of other issues with the post. – Greenonline May 5 '19 at 13:12
  • do not use statements like if (state2 == True): ... that is same as if (True == True): ..... the statement should be if (True):, so use if (state2): – jsotola May 6 '19 at 1:30
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The error is saying that

if (state2 = True)

is a syntax error.

The line in the code appears to be

if (state2 == True):

which appears correct.

I think you may have an unprintable character on that line.

I suggest you delete the line and type it in again.

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