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By Thad Crews

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ISBN-13: 9780324601190

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THE IF STATEMENT The most common selection (or “decision”) structure is the IF statement. The IF statement begins with a condition, followed by a block of statements that execute only when the condition evaluates to true, and an optional block of statements that execute only when the condition evaluates to false. The two blocks are called the true block and the false block (for obvious reasons). The IF statement ends where the two blocks reconnect. A condition is a boolean expression that evaluates to either true or false.

What if the size of the input was more than three values? The general consensus is that each solution has its advantages and that different solutions lend themselves better to different variations of the original problem. Looking at his watch, Dr. Taylor wraps up the conversation. “Comparing the strengths and weaknesses of multiple solutions is a key skill for writing great software. ” ASK THE AUTHOR Q: In both Figures 2-7 and 2-8 you have a condition that reads: (A Ͻ B) AND (A Ͻ C) Could this have also been written as: (A Ͻ B Ͻ C)?

All Rights Reserved. May not be copied, scanned, or duplicated, in whole or in part. MAKING DECISIONS »CASE STUDY SOLUTION Smallest Number Dr. Taylor continues, “Now that we have looked at IF statements, nested IF statements, and compound conditions, we can use these structures to write interesting programs. Consider the problem of inputting three unduplicated values and displaying the smallest value. We will examine four different solutions to this problem, all of which are correct. ” “Not necessarily.

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