C# Introduction Part 6 – If Statements and Conditional Operators




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By Andrew Gould

– 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…

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5 thoughts on “C# Introduction Part 6 – If Statements and Conditional Operators

    AYESHA MALLIKA

    (July 27, 2018 - 10:14 am)

    Excelent ,thank you.

    Sherif ElGamal

    (July 27, 2018 - 10:14 am)

    Best series I seen on C# so far ! Also I watched SSRS and SSIS series, I regret I haven't found them earlier. Excellent teachers, thank you very much.

    Common Yunus

    (July 27, 2018 - 10:14 am)

    The only thing that puts me off in .Net is ASP which is very much GUI-driven. But these tuts on Windows forms makes me look at ASP more kindly. Andy, take a bow.

    TheDouceHouse

    (July 27, 2018 - 10:14 am)

    At least in VS 2012, you can type 'if' and hit 'tab' once or twice depending on if you are using SSIS or just straight up VS, and it will get you that 'if' snippet much quicker.

    This also works for other things like for loops, while loops, etc.  

    john smith

    (July 27, 2018 - 10:14 am)

    first

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