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C# C# Objects Methods Statements

beginner bool question

public bool IsCorrect(int x) { return (x > 2 && x < 5) || (x == 10); }

how is the return value TRUE if 10 is greater than 2 and 5 is geater than 10? my logic stopped working

2 Answers

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
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What makes this true when the value is 10 is the last expression (x == 10) which is then combined with the other expression using the "or" operator ( || ), which gives a true result if either operand is true.

Thank you very much