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Declare a bool variable to represent whether or not it is raining and set it to the appropriate value for the condition of not raining, print the variable with a proper label

What I have tried:

I can't really figure this out so I haven't tried anything yet
Updated 10-Jun-21 13:50pm
KarstenK 10-Jun-21 11:07am
ask som dudes in the net: "plz gimme code" ... ;-)
Patrice T 10-Jun-21 13:06pm
"How would I do this?"
What about learning C++ ?

this is my simple guess from what you said,
#include <iostream>
using namespace std;

int main()
	bool isRainning = true;

	if (isRainning == true)
		cout << "it is rainning now" << endl;
		cout << "it is not rainning" << endl;

		return 0;
merano99 10-Jun-21 20:19pm
"set it to the appropriate value for the condition of not raining ..."
You screwed up.
Timothy Stone 2021 11-Jun-21 9:53am
Thank you all for your help. :)
[no name] 11-Jun-21 15:30pm
Don't see why such a "bad" answer get three (higher rep members) upvotes. Must be from three (higher rep) members which do not have a clue about bool like you.

"if (isRainning == true)" is a no go for me!

Seems to confirm the swamp in CP

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