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Iwanna Multiple Choice Question from Ivor Hortons Book JAVA 2 Begners only from chapter 2 to 5.

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 Iwanna Multiple Choice Question from Ivor Hortons Book JAVA 2 Begners only from chapter 2 to 5.
just starting out myself but can you explain things better?

are you saying you want a sample of a multiple choice code?

eg

a=2
b=3
userentered=4
  // as userentered is higher than both a & b this if statement
  // is executed and program doesn't run the other 2 if statements
  // because of the end statement.
if (userentered > a) & (userentered > b)
   {
   System.out.println("you are higher than both start and end numbers!");
   end;
   }
  // only gets here if userentered if lower than a or b or lower than both
if userentered > a
  System.out.println("you are higher than starting number");
else
 System.out.println("you are lower than starting number");

if userentered > b
  System.out.println(you are higher than ending number);
else
  System.out.println("you are lower than endinging number");

hope this gives you some pointers

dave.

 


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