4.1.The if Statement #

The if Statement

An if statement allows you to take different paths of logic, depending on a given condition. When the condition evaluates to a boolean true, a block of code for that true condition will execute. You have the option of a single if statement, multiple else if statements, and an optional else statement.

Listing 3-1. forms of the if statement (Single Selection)

using System;

namespace CSharp
        class if_Selection
                static void Main(string[] args)
                        float score;
                        Console.Write("Enter Score: ");
                        score = float.Parse(Console.ReadLine());
                        if (score >= 50)

Example 1: Windows Forms Application:

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