Chapter 13. Making Decisions in Visual C# Code

What You’ll Learn in This Hour:

  • Making decisions using if statements

  • Expanding the capability of if statements using else

  • Evaluating an expression for multiple values using the switch statement

In Hour 10, “Creating and Calling Methods,” you learned to separate code into multiple procedures so that they can be called in any order required. This goes a long way in organizing code, but you still need a way to selectively execute code procedures or groups of statements within a procedure. You can use decision-making techniques to accomplish this. Decision-making constructs are coding structures that enable you to execute or omit code based on a condition, such as the value of a variable. Visual C# includes ...

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