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  • I understand that you're comparing arrays, but what are you doing in your "elsif" equality test?

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  • Second: in "handleHeadline" there is a cascaded "elsif" which converts section depth into the corresponding "latex" section name:

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  • Now let's have a look at the CSS: body elsif ($FORM eq" no ") else

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  • If you have three or more, you use an if / elsif / else format.

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  • Perhaps, if we were exceedingly lazy, we would have just had a big, ugly if, elsif statement in our template as well, conditionally rendering content for tabs.

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  • Some pseudo code: min = 0 max = 10 found = false count = 1 while found = = false guess = (max + min) / 2 print Is your number $guess? input = getInput () if input = = "yes" print "yay I got it in $count guesses" found = true elsif input = = "lower" max = input count++ else min = input count++ end end print "game over"

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  • The list of branching would go like this: if (something) elsif (something) elsif (something) elsif (something) else

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  • If EXPR1 is true, execute BLOCK1 else if EXPR2 is true, execute BLOCK2 otherwise execute BLOCK3 if ... elsif ... else ...

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  • The case expression is simple to use, and is essentially a more convenient way of switching on the values of the variable than if ... elsif; the code case foo when "bar" puts "It's a bar!" when "baz" puts

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  • ActiveRecord:: Errors. default_error_messages if boundary = =: max sprintf (error_messages [: too_long], length) elsif boundary = =: min sprintf (error_messages [: too_short], length) else raise ArgumentError, "boundary must be: max or: min" end end With this one utility function, we can collapse our length tests down to just a few lines; four moderately long tests become two two-line tests: Listing 8.22 test/unit/user test. rb def test_screen_name_length_boundaries assert_length: min, @valid_user,: screen_name,

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