Condition | SoloLearn: Learn to code for FREE!

+4

Condition

Is this possible to make a condition into another condition ?

7/3/2018 9:05:07 AM

Mr. Plopomi

5 Answers

New Answer

+3

conditions just return true or false or 1 or 0 for a computational true or false. so anything that uses that return can have a condition in it. So like function test { return true; } let result = 9 > 3 && test() && !false && 1; is all valid and gives the result of 1 or true. You can use && for and meaning both sides have to result in true and || for or which means AT LEAST one side has to be true for the whole thing to return true. ! is used for not which returns the opposite of the result too. You can do conditions with many parts in for loops, if statements, turnery ifs, print statements, and many more.

+8

If you're referring to nested if-else statements, yes. It's possible have a conditional inside another conditional. You can also do it with ternary operators.

+5

Do you mean have a condition and within that condition is another condition Or do you mean change the condition

+4

Agent i mean something like this : var example = confirm("test1") if (example == true) { var exampleTwo = confirm("test2"); if (exampleTwo == false) { alert("test3"); } else { alert("test4"); } else { alert("test5"); }

+1

okay, thank you =D