Conditional statements


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Conditional statements
Conditional statements are like if-then statements. They are used to show that if one thing happens, then something else will happen as a result. For example, if it is raining outside (the condition), then you will need to bring an umbrella (the result). Here’s another example: If you finish all your homework, then you can watch TV. This means that the condition for being able to watch TV is finishing all your homework. A verifiable fact is that conditional statements are used in computer programming to create different outcomes based on different conditions. For example, if a user clicks a button, then a pop-up window will appear. This is a common use of conditional statements in coding. An analogy for conditional statements could be a traffic light. If the light is green, then you can go. If the light is red, then you have to stop. This shows that different actions are taken based on different conditions.