Chapter 13. Making Decisions in Visual C# Code

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Making decisions using if statements

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Expanding the capability of if statements using else

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Evaluating an expression for multiple values using the switch statement

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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 technique 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 ...

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