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Boolean expression evaluates to true or false
boolean data type declares a variable with the value of either true or false
Boolean value true or false
conditional operator the symbols ? : appearing together
dangling else ambiguity when it is unclear which if that an else should be matched with
debugging process of finding and fixing errors in a program
fall-through behavior In a switch statement , statements starting from matched case are executed unless a break or end of switch statement is reached.
flowchart diagram that describes an algorithm or process
operator associativity what order each operator is evaluated when operators of the same precedence are grouped in the absence of parentheses
operator precedence what order each operator is evaluated
selection statement let you choose actions with alternative courses
short-circuit(lazy) operator an operator that only evaluates the second operand when necessary
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