ifelse statement in C

ifelse statement in C

Last Updated by Yogesh Khanna 22-Aug-18

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The ifelse statement is used in those conditions where two possibilities are there either true or false. The if statement states that if a condition is true then it will execute a block of statements and if the condition is false, it will not execute.

The else statement can be used when the condition is false.


The basic format of ifelse statement

if(test_expression)
{
// execute your code
}
else
{
// execute your code
}

Flowchart of ifelse statement

ifelse statement in C



The basic example of C Program for ifelse statement

#include<stdio.h>
main()
{
int a,b;
printf("Please enter the value for x:");
scanf("%d", & amp; x);
printf("\nPlease enter the value for y:");
scanf("%d", & amp; y);
if (x & gt; y) {
printf("\n x is greater");
} else {
printf("\n b is greater");
}
}


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