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Hello, l have a doubt in java conditionals statements. Following is my code-
import java. until. Scanner;
public class Rudra {
public static void main (String [] args) {
int marks = 10;
if ( marks > 15 ) {
System.out. println( "your marks is good");
}else if ( marks < 15) {
System. out. println ("your marks is not good");
}
}
}

But l wanted to keep statement like if marks < 15 and also if age ==12so how to do that?? Please help me

What I have tried:

I tried doing this - if ( marks ==28, name == honey) {

But didn't worked, please help me..
Posted
Updated 17-Jul-21 23:34pm

All of the above shows that you need to learn the basic rules of the language. Go to The Java Tutorials Learning Paths[^] and work through them carefully. You will not learn by posting questions here.
   
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[no name] 18-Jul-21 4:43am
   
Thanks sir for your reply.
Another problem in your code
Java
if ( marks > 15 ) {
    System.out. println( "your marks is good");
}else if ( marks < 15) {
    System. out. println ("your marks is not good");
}

What happen when marks = 15 ?
There is no output !
   
Comments
[no name] 18-Jul-21 4:53am
   
First of all, thanks for your reply sir. Sir l have used here conditional statements.

int marks = 15;
String name = "Rudra";

if ( marks == 15 )//but l wanted to keep two statements like if marks is 15 or name is Rudra then it will say true so how to keep two statements. I tried this-
if (marks ==15, name == Rudra)//here l tried to separate it with comma but didn't worked sir. I hope you will help me sir.
[no name] 18-Jul-21 5:00am
   
Or in simple way, it means keeping two if statements so how to keep two if statements??
[no name] 18-Jul-21 5:37am
   
int marks = 10;
if ( marks > 15 ) {
System.out. println( "your marks is good");
}else if ( marks < 15) {
System. out. println ("your marks is not good");
}
}
}
Try using the Java logical AND and OR operators: Conditionals and logic | Think Java | Trinket[^]
   
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[no name] 18-Jul-21 5:35am
   
Thanks and please provide me the syntax of that.
[no name] 18-Jul-21 5:36am
   
It's my humble request
Richard MacCutchan 18-Jul-21 6:38am
   
Go and follow the link I gave you and actually learn the language first.
OriginalGriff 18-Jul-21 7:14am
   
You are kidding, right?
I give you a link to examples and an explanation, and you can't work out a single sImple line of code?

Tell me, why are you on this course at all?
[no name] 18-Jul-21 9:25am
   
Brother sorry without going on that link l have commented you. Sorry for that actually I have not noticed that link. I went on that link and it helped me a lot. Thank you so much now l am able to complete my program. And l apologize for the inconvenience caused to you. Thanks a lot
OriginalGriff 18-Jul-21 9:57am
   
You're welcome!
[no name] 18-Jul-21 10:06am
   
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