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Lesson 8. Using Conditional Logic > Determining Conditions

Determining Conditions

Your project may contain numerous conditions you can use to control the way your script works or interacts with the user. Although a condition can take many forms, at its core it represents a circumstance that is either true or false. Conditional statements look for common conditions like these:

  • One object comes into contact with another object

  • Something is on or off

  • A movie clip's position, size, or other property is greater than, less than, or equal to another value

  • The user has a specific interaction with the mouse or keyboard

  • Text or numeric values are greater than, less than, or equal to another value

  • Any combination of the conditions above


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