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These architectural, engineering, and construction documents often are marked up with drawings, legends, and titles (see Microsoft Office drawing, from which we'll pick up later). But I don't get the point of his only if else statements. Like, for example, this one (taken from the second PDF link): But I don't understand what's the point of this. Is it just a formality of some sort? A: The keyword in the first is “if”, and in the second “then”. if if(condition) then statement where “statement” is generally a single line of text, or a single expression that returns a single line of text. then if(condition) statement where “statement” is generally a single line of text, or a single expression that returns a single line of text. So: if(condition) do whatever the if statement returns the boolean value of the expression inside the parentheses. else statement the else clause is executed when the if statement fails to execute its body. Because these terms are often used interchangeably, and sometimes for the same reason, the distinction is sometimes lost. For instance, people will often write: if( $var == "some string" ) { $var ='string'; } or if( strpos( $var,'some string' )!== false ) { $var ='string'; } and then wonder why some call their version of this non-conditional construct a "ternary operator". FILED









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