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C# Programming videos | C# Part 6 - If Statements and Conditional Operators
Posted by Andrew Gould on 31 October 2014
If statements allow your code to perform different actions depending on whether or not conditions have been met. Part 6 of this series on Programming in Visual C# shows you how to write if statements and logical tests, how to perform multiple actions based on the result and how to include an else statement. You'll learn how to write nested, or cascading, ifs using a couple of different layouts, and you'll see how to use code snippets to save time when writing if statements. Towards the end of the tutorial you'll see how to test multiple conditions using compound operators and, finally, how to use the logical operator to write concise logical tests.
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