A snippet kuliah karo mentor minangka bagéan saka kursus Universitas Codegym. Ndaftar kanggo kursus lengkap.

"Hai, Amigo. Dina iki kita bakal ngomong babagan pernyataan yen / liya ."

"Program ora ana gunane yen ora nanggapi owah-owahan kahanan eksternal. Program kudu ngerti carane adaptasi karo kahanan lan nindakake siji tumindak ing siji kasus lan tumindak liyane ing kasus liyane. Ing Jawa, iki bisa ditindakake kanthi nggunakake 'yen/pernyataan liya' - konstruksi khusus sing ndadekake bisa nindakake blok kode sing beda-beda yen kondisi wis kepenak.

"Iki kasusun saka telung bagean: ' kondisi ', ' command 1 ' lan ' command 2 '. Yen kondisi kasebut bener, banjur ' command 1 ' dieksekusi, yen 'command 2' dieksekusi. Printah iki ora tau dieksekusi. Pernyataan kasebut katon kurang luwih kaya iki: "

Kode kanggo statement yen / liya
``````if (condition)
command_1;
else
command_2;``````

"Apik tenan! Aku mikir yen statement bakal nggawe program luwih menarik!"

"Ya. Iki sawetara conto kanggo sampeyan:"

Kode Panjelasan
1
``````if (a < b)
System.out.println("A is less than B");
else
System.out.println("B is less than  A");``````
Yen a kurang saka b, printah pisanan bakal kaleksanan. Yen ora, printah kapindho bakal dieksekusi . Prentah kasebut ora tau ditindakake.
2
``````if (a < b)
{
System.out.println("A is less than B");
System.out.println("B is greater than A");
}
else
{
System.out.println("B is less than A");
System.out.println("A is greater than B");
}``````
Sampeyan bisa ngganti siji printah karo blok kode. Liyane iku padha.
3
``````if (a < b)
{
a = 0;
}
else
{
}``````
Sampeyan bisa ngilangi blok liyane yen kosong.
Sampeyan bisa ngilangi kurung kriting yen sampeyan mung kudu nglakokake siji printah. Yen sampeyan duwe luwih saka siji printah, sampeyan kudu nyimpen kurung.
4
``````if (a < b)
{
a = 0;
}``````
5
``````if (a < b)
a = 0;``````

"Diego mung njaluk aku menehi sawetara tugas."

2
tugas
Java Syntax,  tingkatwulangan
Dikunci
Student robot Peter is an overachiever. Previously, his server was configured to receive scores on a five-point scale, but now his teachers have switched to a 12-point scale. But Peter doesn't know this. He's still focused on getting fives. Let's write him a compare method that compares any number with five.
4
tugas
Java Syntax,  tingkatwulangan
Dikunci
Closest to 10
Ten is extremely popular and attractive number. Everyone wants to be a ten. Or at least as close to it as possible. Two numbers are standing around wondering which of them is cooler. Answer: whichever is closer to ten. Let's write these numbers a displayClosestToTen method that will determine which of them is cooler.
4
tugas
Java Syntax,  tingkatwulangan
Dikunci
Come on, lucky seven!
Dice games are popular on the planet Foggy Multidimensions. The rules are different than the Earth version: Multidimensionals perceive far more dimensions than primitive three-dimensional earthlings. Their die has 4294967295 faces. Players win only if they roll a number between 50 and 100. We'll write a method that checks whether the die roll is in this range.
4
tugas
Java Syntax,  tingkatwulangan
Dikunci
Seasons on Terra
An Earth year consists of four seasons, each of which lasts 3 months. While our ship was parked on this cradle of humanity, the Interplanetary Tax Service asked us to write a program to determine the season based on a number corresponding to the month of the year. We don't know why they want it. They say that it's none of our business. But they promised not to remain in our debt.
4
tugas
Java Syntax,  tingkatwulangan
Dikunci
Positive and negative numbers
Diego is tall, but Alfredo is short. Rishi is experienced, but you're a "noob" programmer. Comparisons are unavoidable in life. And the same thing is true in programs. So we'll continue practicing comparisons and displaying stuff on the screen. This time let's compare the entered number with zero and manipulate it based on the result of the comparison.
4
tugas
Java Syntax,  tingkatwulangan
Dikunci
Day of the week
Planet Terra still has "offices"—an outdated type of workspace. With current technology, there is no need for them, but earthlings tend to be nostalgic and haven't been in a hurry to eradicate them. Terrestrial office workers develop "TGIF syndrome": they constantly want to know what day of the week it is. Let's write a program for them!

A snippet kuliah karo mentor minangka bagéan saka kursus Universitas Codegym. Ndaftar kanggo kursus lengkap.