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Introduced with Operation Flashpoint: Resistance version 1.851.85
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Description

Description:
First or second element of array is executed depending on result of if condition. Result of the expression executed is returned as a result (result may be Nothing).

Syntax

Syntax:
if then else
Parameters:
if: If Type
else: Code or Array with 2 Code elements. See else.
Return Value:
Anything

Examples

Example 1:
if (a > b) then { c = 1 };
Example 2:
if (a > b) then { c = 1; } else { c = 2; }; hint str c;

Additional Information

See also:
Control Structuresifelse
Groups:
Program Flow

Notes

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Notes

Ceeeb
Any variables you declare within the body of an if/then statement (ie between the curly braces) are local to that 'if' statement, and are destroyed at the end of the statement. If you know you want to use the variable outside the 'if' statement, make sure your declare it before the 'if' statement.

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