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If Statement





In C++ language, the If statement is used when we want to test a condition, which is evaluated for a boolean value - true or false.





C - if statement example


// C++ - if statement program 

#include<iostream>

using namespace std;
int main()
{
if(5>5)
	cout<<"5 is greater than 5 \n";

	
if(5<100)
{
	cout<<"5 is less than 100"<<"\n";
	cout<<"Second statement to execute"<<"\n";
}


if(10>4)
{
	cout<<"10 is greater than 4"<<"\n";
}


cout<<"Statement outside If Statement"<<"\n"; //not associated with any if block

return 0;
}


Output is -


5 is less than 100
Second statement to execute
2 is greater than 4
Statement outside If Statement



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