In the video walk through there is no break; after the code block following case when setting up the switch statement. So my question is when do I use break and how do I know if it’s not needed?
In steps 8-10 we set up conditional statements. The code block of each if statement is another if statement. An if statement nested in an if statement. Why don’t we use && operator? If we’re asking if a user’s choice in this game is scissors is the answer to that question a boolean value? This is the first time that I’ve seen conditionals nested in each other so far. When do we use this format and when do we use && and what’s the difference?