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JavaScript JavaScript Basics Making Decisions in Your Code with Conditional Statements Booleans and Else If Review

i don't get this qeuston could some help me?

i don't now what they mean with blocks

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
210,812 Points

Assuming you're talking about the question regarding "if/else if/else", the "blocks" are the sections of code that are controlled by the conditional expressions and enclosed in braces {}.

For example:

if (/* some test */) {
  // this is a block
} else if (/* some other test */) {
  // this is another block
} // ...etc.