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Hey guys. I am having a problem with my If...Else statements. Here is my code. if ( x <= 1, y <=2) InchesToFeet(); else if ( x <= 1, y <=3) InchesToYards(); else if ( x <= 1, y <=4) InchesToMiles(); else if ( x <= 1, y <=5) InchesToMillimeters(); else if ( x <= 1, y <=6) InchesToCentimeters(); else if ( x <= 1, y <=7) InchesToMeters(); else if ( x <= 1, y <=8) InchesToKilometers(); else if ( x <= 2, y <=1) FeetToInches(); Now, everything works up to else if ( x <= 2, y <=1) FeetToInches(); When I type in 2, and 1, so that x = 2 and y = 1, it calls the function InchesToFeet rather than FeetToInches. Now if I set them all to = and not >= then only the InchesToFeet function is called and nothing works. Any ideas? I hope I made myself clear.

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Original post by Cadoink
Awesome. I just replaced everything with ==.

Thanks!


You've missed the point entirely. Perhaps you should actually read the contents of those links.

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you should have replaced yours commas with the 'and' operator (&&), nothing to do with the == operator.

read the given link, your code should look like:

if (x <= 1 && y <= 2)
...
else if (x <=1 && y <=3)
...

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I would try something like:

enum units {INCHES = 1, FEET, YARDS, MILES,
MILLIMETERS, METERS, CENTIMETERS,
KILOMETERS} ;

switch( x )
{

case INCHES:
switch( y )
{
case FEET:
InchesToFeet(); break;
case YARDS:
InchesToYards(); break;
case MILES:
InchesToMiles(); break;
case MILLIMETERS:
InchesToMillimeters(); break;
case CENTIMETERS:
InchesToCentimeters(); break;
case METERS:
InchesToMeters(); break;
case KILLOMETERS:
InchesToKilometers(); break;
} // End Switch( y ) with x == INCHES
break;

case FEET:
switch( y )
{
case INCHES:
FeetToInches(); break;
} // End Switch( y ) with x == FEET
break;

} // End Switch( x )

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