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Post by Ru Chigoba on February 6, 2017

Hi.The exercise file in for this lecture is not opening in Visual Studio 2015. I'm not sure what could possibly be the problem.

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Last reply by: Kitt Parker
Sat May 9, 2015 9:18 PM

Post by David Löfqvist on March 8, 2015

How do I use "<", ">" and "<=" to compare inputs in switch-statements?

Program Flow Control

  • Decisions use Boolean logic (True/False)
  • The two types of Boolean operators are: Comparison Operators, which compare two values, and Logical Operators, which compare two or more expressions
  • if…else statements are used for a small number of evaluations
  • The shortened if statement
    • [variable] = (boolean) ? “True Value” : “False Value”;
  • switch statements are for a large number of evaluations