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Wayne Wong
Wayne Wong
1,567 Points

Don't we need to have the condition for if fileSize is < FILE_SIZE_LIMIT ?

What happens if the fileSize is less than the limit?

1 Answer

Mark Josephsen
Mark Josephsen
8,803 Points

In Java, when writing an 'if' statement, if the conditions are true, the next line of code (or block of code between brackets) will be executed. So, if the variable fileSize is less than the variable FILE_SIZE_LIMIT, it will execute the next line of code. If it's not, it will skip the next line of code.