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Sherrie Jeffers
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Sherrie Jeffers
Front End Web Development Techdegree Student 7,754 Points

Can you combine && and || operators in a single conditional statement like you can with multiple && / || operators?

He didn't mention on that specifically in the video so I just wanted to understand if that was possible and how it would work.

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
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Sure, you can combine operators as you like, but just be aware of operator precedence (what order they are evaluated in).

When in doubt, or if needed for reading clarity, use parentheses for grouping.