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- IF a = 1 OR a = 2 THEN a = 0
- OR adds an alternative to another conditional evaluation. IF True then the statement evaluation is True.
- Parenthesis may be used to clarify the order of comparisons in an evaluation.
- An OR OR statement will create a QB64 compiler error!
- Can be confused with the OR numerical operator.
|<||Less than||IF a < b THEN|
|>||Greater than||IF a > b THEN|
|=||Equal||IF a = b THEN|
|<=||Less than or equal||IF a <= b THEN|
|>=||Greater than or equal||IF a >= b THEN|
|<>||NOT equal||IF a <> b THEN|
a% = 100 b% = 50 IF (a% > b% AND a% < 100) OR b% = 50 THEN PRINT "True"
- Explanation: The first evaluation was False, but the OR evaluation made the statement true and the code was executed.