This community-built FAQ covers the “Logical” exercise from the lesson “If Statements”.
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Can someone help me with this, i know the concept of it but how do i put the answer with the available blocks? How do i add in “or” ?
You can always show us what you’ve known so far to better assist us in helping you, otherwise it will become spoon-feeding. Also, a simple Google search like
conditional statements in "Your chosen PROGAMMING LANGUAGE" should probably return more results than you can get here !
if-else block and embed it within the
While program is running block.
Then, drag the
or block and slot it into the
if condition. In the two slots of the
or, you can place the
Space ___ is ___ blocks.
And so on.
Have a look at the screenshot. Once you understand the general process, you should be able to complete the later exercises yourself. If you are still unsure about some aspect, share your thoughts on what you find confusing.
Okay, your are right, I knew my answer in my head but to put the blocks in an order where it would work out was my problem. Also, thank you for the advice :). I did google search it but the way i phrased it didn’t give me much answers, i will try your way next time.
Thank you! I didn’t know that you can place them like “If or” like that. I thought you have to say one, like- If Space left is hedge then add the ‘or’ block but there isn’t a way to connect it, that’s what confused me. Thank you for showing me how to place them so they can work correctly.