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#19046 - 11/25/07 07:55 PM How to simulate a else if statement
chewbarker Offline
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I note that it is not directly possible to do an else if statement.

One way I propose it could be done is by:

if a=b then
...
jump to Line Y
if c=d then
...
Line Y

Is this the most appropriate way to simulate and else if statement.

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#19047 - 11/25/07 08:44 PM Re: How to simulate a else if statement [Re: chewbarker]
Guy Lavoie Administrator Offline
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Yes that's the best way. Internally, that is how higher level languages do it once compiled to machine code.
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