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LifeElevated

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  1. Given two double values double1 , double2, why isn’t it reliable to test their equality using: double1 == double2; ??? Comment possible code below!! If you are the first person to get this I will follow you!! HINT:
  2. You could also put nested if's but those are more complex so I left them out. if{ else{ if } } if{}
  3. If & If-Else Statements An If Statement is a conditional statement. This basically means that if the program is allowed to execute a specific set of instructions, it will but, only if that condition is met. If that condition is not met the program skips over the instructions. An example of an If Statement is as followed: public class Test { public static void main(String args[]) { int x = 15; \\initialzes an integer (x) to 15 if( x < 20 ) { System.out.print("This is if statement"); \\this prints if x is less than 20 } } } An If-Else Statement works very similarly to an If Statement. The only major difference is that if your 'if' is NOT met it goes to 'else' and runs that code in the program. Instead of skipping over the conditional. An example of an If-Else Statement is as followed: public class Test { public static void main(String args[]) { int x = 30; \\like before, declares integer to a value. In this case 30 if( x < 20 ) { //if x is less than 20 (it is not) it will run the if-clause System.out.print("This is if statement"); } else{ // if the x is greater than 20 (in this situation) it runs the else-clause System.out.print("This is else statement"); } } } Some very common errors in If and If-Else Statements could be the following: if (yourCondition); \\<< IF YOU PUT A SEMICOLON HERE IT ENDS THE STATEMENT WITHOUT READING THE ACTUAL STATEMENT { //code here } That code will result in an error! -LifeElevated
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