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6.2. Conditionals

Conditional constructs control the flow of a program. If a condition is true, the program will execute a block of statements and if the condition is false, flow will go to an alternate block of statements. Decision-making constructs (if, else, switch) contain a control expression that determines whether a block of expressions will be executed. If the condition after the if is met, the result is true, and the following block of statements is executed; otherwise the result is false and the block is not executed.

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