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IF-Else Control Statement

Posted By: Bama Cohen     Category: Java     Views: 5451

This article explains about control statement IF-Else in java with examples.

You can add an else statement to the if. Addition of the else provides a two-way decision path and syntax or form of it is as below.

Syntax of IF-Else Statement


If the expression is true, if block will be executed and else block will be skipped. If the expression is false, else block will be executed and if block will be skipped. 

Examples of IF-Else Statement

Example 1 : Program to compare 2 numbers and display greatest
class IfStateDemo
  public static void main(String args[])
int num1 = 10;
int num2 = 15;
if(num1 > num2)
System.out.println("Number1 having value " + num1 + " is greater than number2 having value " + num2);
System.out.println("Number2 having value " + num2 + " is greater than number1 having value " + num1);

Number2 having value 15 is greater than number1 having value 10



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