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Show content based on 2 Recordset conditions

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I'm showing content based on 'choose' being the value from the 'type' column of Recordset1 using this...

<?php if (!(strcmp("choose", $row_Recordset1['type']))): ?>

How do I add another condition? So the content would show if 'choose' being the value from the 'type' column of Recordset1 and if 'yes' being the value from the 'postcodecheck' column of Recordset2

So in theory....

<?php if (!(strcmp("choose", $row_Recordset1['type']))): &  if (!(strcmp("yes", $row_Recordset2['postcodecheck']))): ?>
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<?php 
if (!strcmp("choose", $row_Recordset1['type']) && !strcmp("yes", $row_Recordset2['postcodecheck']))
{
...
} 
?>

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