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haXe 2 by Benjamin Dasnois

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Conditional branching

Conditional branching is a very important part of programming because it will allow your program to behave differently depending on the context. So, let's talk about if and switch.

If

The if expression allows you to test an expression; if it returns true then the following expression will be executed. You may also use the else keyword, followed by an expression, which will be executed if the test returns false. Note that a block of code is an expression.

The following is the general syntax:

if (condition) exprExecutedIfTrue [else exprExecutedIfTestFalse]

Now, let's look at some examples:

if(age<18)
{
trace("you are not an adult.");
} else
{
trace("You are an adult");
}

I think it is obvious here what this block of code does. ...

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