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Conditionals 1 - 'if' Exam

Computers have to be programmed in order to perform tasks and make decisions according to the user'sexpectations. In this course, we will focus on the decision-making part of programs. Programing languages provide constructs, and both logical and comparison operators. Results of computation can then be compared, combined and tested to implement branching (branching is a simple concept that sounds scary as do most programing terms! Take the 'if' construct: %u201CIf the dog needs to go out, let him out. Else he will pee on the floor.%u201D The dog's need to go out, being let out and the events that follow are one branch of this 'if'; the other is the dog being ignored, and the consequences that ensue.)
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