# Python Program to Check if a Number is Positive, Negative or 0

Here’s an example Python code to check if a number is positive, negative, or zero:

```# Get input from user for the number to check
number = float(input("Enter a number: "))

# Check if the number is positive, negative, or zero
if number > 0:
print("The number is positive")
elif number < 0:
print("The number is negative")
else:
print("The number is 0")```

In this code, we first prompt the user to enter a number using the `input()` function and convert it to a floating-point number using the `float()` function. We then use a series of `if`, `elif`, and `else` statements to check if the number is positive, negative, or zero. If the number is greater than 0, we print a message indicating that the number is positive. If the number is less than 0, we print a message indicating that the number is negative. If the number is equal to 0, we print a message indicating that the number is 0.

When you run this code, it should prompt you to enter a number. After you enter a number, it should check if it is positive, negative, or zero and print the appropriate message, similar to the following:

```Enter a number: -5
The number is negative```

Note that you can modify the messages or the formatting of the output as needed.