if else statement in c++
- The if statement lets you do something if a condition is true. If it isn’t true, nothing happens. But suppose we want to do one thing if a condition is true, and do something else if it’s false.
- That’s where the if...else statement comes in. It consists of an if statement, followed by a statement or block of statements, followed by the keyword else, followed by another statement or block of statements.
If the condition is true, the first statement is executed. If it is false, the second statement is executed.
// demonstrates IF...ELSE statememt
#include using namespace std;
cout > x;
if( x > 100 )
cout << “That number is greater than 100 ”;
cout << “That number is not greater than 100 ”;
Enter a number: 300
That number is greater than 100
Enter a number: 3
That number is not greater than 100