Control statements, Visual Basic Programming

CONTROL STATEMENTS 

The conditional expression uses a comparison operator that results in true or false value. If the comparison is valid the outcome is true, or else the outcome is false. Here's an easy conditional expression:

Price < 100

If the Price variable holds a value that is less than 100, the expression computes to True. If the Price holds a value that is greater than or equal to 100, it computes to False. You can use the comparison operators shown below to create the conditional expressions:

Comparison Operators:

= Equal to

< > Not equal to

> Greater than

< Less than

> = Greater than or equal to

< = Less than or equal to

If then Else, Select case, For.. Next repetition statement, Do While loop statement and Do until the loop control statements are elaborated.

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