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The '''if then else''' logic of computer programming is the essential aspect which elevated the modern computer from earlier automatic machines such as the [[Jacquard loom]].
 
The '''if then else''' logic of computer programming is the essential aspect which elevated the modern computer from earlier automatic machines such as the [[Jacquard loom]].
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Visual Basic example:
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if x < 4 then
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  y = z + x
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else
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  y = z
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end if
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[[Category:Computer Programming]]
 
[[Category:Computer Programming]]

Revision as of 10:18, 16 December 2008

The if then else logic of computer programming is the essential aspect which elevated the modern computer from earlier automatic machines such as the Jacquard loom.

Visual Basic example:

if x < 4 then
 y = z + x
else
 y = z
end if