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Conditional Statements (Part 1)

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Viewers learn about the conditional statements “if” and “else” and how to use them logically in java. Additionally, they learn about the 6 math operations used for conditional statements to create Boolean values.

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1. Intro to Conditional Statements

2. Logic behind Conditional Statements

3. Example

4. Example 2

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