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If operations

When joining more than one if operation, does one have to put brackets around the different "if" operations?

3/14/2018 12:20:09 PM

arbaaz

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no need to put brackets , it U only want to execute a single statement if if () condition evaluates to true //Hatsy done right thing by using && same set of statement(s) are executing in the code having 2 if () statements //can be written as :: if (x > 30) if (x < 60) // do something //can simply be if (x > 30 && x < 60) // do something

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Really depends on what you want to do, or what you mean by "joining more than one if operation". int x = 56; if (x > 30) { if (x < 60) { // do something } } can simply be if (x > 30 && x < 60) { // do something }

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In the programming language Python.

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Thank you all for your answers.

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In which language ?