Posted by : Rhyf Ahmad Thursday, May 21, 2015

Making choices will be a fundamental element in all your programs. You need to be able to make decisions such as, "If the user wants to enter more data, then read another value from the keyboard," or, "If the bank balance is large, buy the car with the go-faster stripes, else renew the monthly bus ticket."
Whatever decision you want to make, in programming terms it requires the ability to make comparisons between variables, constants, and the values of expressions and then execute one group of statements or another, depending on the result of a given comparison. Thus, the first step to understanding how you make decisions in a program is to look at how you make comparisons.


Making Decisions
  1. Making Comparisons
  2. The if Statement
  3. Nested if Statements
  4. Comparing Enumeration Values

Logical Operators
The Conditional Operator
The switch Statement
  1. The General Case of the switch Statement

Variable Scope
  1. Varieties of Loop
  2. Counting Using Floating-Point Values
  3. Nested Loops
  4. The continue Statement
  5. The Labeled continue Statement
  6. Using the break Statement in a Loop


  1. More Complex Assertions 

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