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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of evaluate.

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  • Either operand may be a numeric expression, as long as the expression evaluates to an absolute or floating point number.

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  • If the expression evaluates to false a message is appended to the test log and the test function is stopped.

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  • If it isn't passed it assumes a blank string if the expression evaluates to false.

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  • If will only execute its code if the expression evaluates to true.

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  • If the expression evaluates to true, the contained code block will be executed, and then the expression will be evaluated again

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  • If the expression evaluates to false, the code block will not be executed, and the expression will not be evaluated again.

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  • For the first two examples it's easiest to use a While loop since the loop will continue while the expression evaluates as true (or 1).

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  • Again, considering the worst case scenario ptr will be N so the above expression evaluates to (again) 2N+2.

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  • The following rule will only apply if the boolean expression evaluates to true.

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  • If the last expression evaluates to 0, let returns 1; otherwise 0 is returned. ` let 'is a bash builtin command.

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