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Chapter 5: Decision
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5.1   Logical Expressions

As you may recall, a simple If statement has the following syntax:

If Condition Then Statement

Where Condition represents an expression that can be evaluated to True or False, and Statement represents a VB statement such as the assignment statement explained in previous chapters.
The conditional expression is recognized as the logical expression. Two types of operators are used to construct a logical expression: relational operators and logical operators. Let's take a look at relational operators first.

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  1. 5.1 Logical Expressions
    1. Relational Operators
    2. Assignment Statements
    3. Logical Operators
    4. Operational Precedence
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