Great job getting through Emojicode’s conditionals!

In this lesson we went over:

  • The β†ͺ️ statement accepts a condition and executes a code block if the condition is πŸ‘.
  • The πŸ™… statement provides a default code block to run if no other conditions are πŸ‘.
  • πŸ™Œ is used to check if two values are equal.
  • Other comparison operators, ◀️, ▢️, β—€οΈπŸ™Œ, β–ΆοΈπŸ™Œ compare the value of two numbers.
  • The πŸ™…β†ͺ️ statement is used to check additional conditions and executes a code block if its condition is πŸ‘.
  • The 🀝 logical operator checks that two expressions are both πŸ‘.
  • The πŸ‘ logical operator that at least one of two expressions is πŸ‘.
  • We can group together expressions using 🀜 πŸ€›.

πŸŽ‰πŸ₯³ That’s a lot! A round of πŸ‘ for you!


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