Unit 2 guided practice 2: use an “if…else” statement | introduction to programming | ECPI University
The following program uses an if…else structure. The program flow is determined by whether or not the “if” condition is true. If the user’s selection is greater than 0, one line of code prints, and, if not, a different line executes.
Here’s the Flowchart:
And here is the code:
And here is the output:
Now, re-create the flowchart in Flowgorithm and run the code in your Dev C++ compiler.
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