indentation levels in programming

value = 18
typer = "integer"
if value > 20:
	print("It's greater than 20")
	if typer == "integer":
      print("Oh number")
      print("Oh no number")

#the fisrt if is on indentation level zero,print inside it is on indentation level 1 and so on
#in some programming languages first level starts as one rather than zero 

Here is what the above code is Doing:
1. It’s checking if the value is greater than 20.
2. If it is, it prints “It’s greater than 20”.
3. Then it checks if the type of the value is an integer.
4. If it is, it prints “Oh number”.
5. If it’s not, it prints “Oh no number”.