What this means is that an if else statement will cause an error when you are trying to test if a condition is true. If you’re trying to write an if statement to check if a person is male or female, you’d like to write the “if” statement to include the person’s gender.

This is a useful concept in programming because it allows you to create multiple conditions in one statement. I know you will see this with “if [a] then [b]” statements. You can write something like if(a) then b and then a, but you can’t write something like if(a) then [if(b) then c] and then a.

When you have multiple conditions you can write one if statement that can check for any of the conditions.

I know it can be quite annoying to write the if in the if…else statement, but you can’t have that many if statements in one line, you can only have one condition.

You cant have a single condition in if statement, you will have to write one if statement in another. And the point is, once you have multiple conditions, you will just have to write a single if. I know this sounds a little silly, but what I mean is that you cant have multiple conditions in a single statement which is really not true.

r if it is not only a single condition, but it is a multiple condition, then you will have to use r if else multiple conditions.

Well, that’s a good example of bad reasoning. It’s a good example of bad logic, but I can’t say I disagree with it. In fact, I think it’s a great way to solve problems.

I mean, if the if makes it an if, then I don’t have a problem with it. But if you have a complex statement with multiple conditions, then you will have to have a single if to solve it.

Just like the first example, r if else multiple conditions is bad logic. It is bad logic that requires you to use if else to solve a problem. It is bad logic that has a single condition that must be true to solve it. And it is worse than that, it is a bad logic that will make your code very hard to read.

The reason for all of this is that it is so hard to write your code in one piece. It doesn’t make sense to have multiple conditions when doing this, you just have to write your own if/else statement.