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Turing Reference - Selection Statement with Two Outcomes

Page history last edited by Steve Sweeney 6 years, 2 months ago

 

A selection statement, commonly referred to as an IF statement, lets you decision between one or more outcomes, or results.

 

Two outcomes means you are trying to choose between ACTION #1 and ACTION #2.

 

if <condition> then

   // do something because the condition is TRUE

   put "The condition was true"

else

   // do something because the condition is FALSE

   put "The condition was false"

end if

 

You may also wish to consider a decision with only one outcome, or a decision with multiple outcomes.

 

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