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If statement in JAVASCRIPT

The if statement runs code only if the boolean it's relying on is true. It's like saying, if something is true, then do this.

"Hello!" will display in the console if we set the boolean value to true.

JavaScript

if (true) {
 console.log("Hello");
}

 

 

But what if we want to skip code? We use false instead.

By setting the value to false, we'll avoid displaying "Hello!".

JavaScript

if (false) {
 console.log("Hello!");
}
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