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Conditional statement Switch

Monday, January 9th, 2017

As we will see, conditional statement Switch works very much like the If-Else If-Else statement, with only a syntax difference. It executes an instruction based on the calculated value of a condition. The format of the Switch statement is the following:

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Nested If statements

Sunday, January 8th, 2017

Sometimes in your programs, you will need to perform checks inside other checks. These kind of conditional processing are called nested If statements or nested If-Else statements.

In common words, nesting is the process of placing a concept inside another concept.… Read more

Conditional statement If-Else

Sunday, January 8th, 2017

In addition to If, C# offers conditional statement If-Else. When I explained the If statement, I was saying that the program will execute the instructions only if the If condition is True. What if we wanted to execute a total different condition when and only when that condition is False?… Read more

Representation of True and False values

Saturday, January 7th, 2017

A few lessons so far dealt with conditional processing, displaying a result when a condition is true, and another when it is false. When working with conditional processing, it is important to understand the representation of True and False values in C#.… Read more

Conditional processing

Saturday, January 7th, 2017

Now that we are done with data types, we can finally start learning about doing something useful with that data. Conditional processing is one of the most basic forms of allowing your programs to perform an useful action.

As you noticed, all the programs presented so far in our lessons started the execution with the Main method, and continued subsequently with the following instructions.… Read more

Conditional (ternary) operator

Friday, January 6th, 2017

Conditional operator is a bit harder to explain. It takes an expression which produces a Boolean result in order to determine which of two other expressions will be calculated and have its value returned as a result. Its sign is ?:Read more

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