4.2 Else-Statements



An else statement is used to execute something if the condition checked in the if statement is not true. Below is a continuation of the code from the previous section, this time including an else statement:
int num1 = 5; int num2 = 3; if (num1 > num2) { printf(“num1 is greater than num2”); } else { printf(“num1 is not greater than num2”); }
In the above example, the else statement comes after the if statement, and it prints out a message (contained within curly braces) that num1 is not greater than num2.



I’m making my famous peanut butter cookies today! Make a program to check whether or not my cookies are baked, then print out a message for me! My cookies are baked if and only if the oven is at least 350 degrees.
#include <stdio.h> void int(main) { int ovenTemp = 300; if (oventemp >= 350) { printf("Baked!"); } else { print("Raw..."); } }

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