Chapter 6: Conditional Operators in JavaScript

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We have learned the If operator in Chapter 5, but now we will use If and else together as conditional operators so that the program executes certain jobs according to certain conditions. The if  and else constitute a program structure, where it will select certain alternatives during program execution. I am going to illustrate this concept using an example which involve the computation of students' examination grades based on their marks. The program will compute the grade based on the mark entered and output it in a table. The codes are shown below, you can copy and paste them into your webpage and run the program.

Example: 

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<html>

<head>
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=gb2312">
<title>Examination Grade</title>
<H2><font face="Arial">The grade will be shown below when you enter the mark</font></H2>


<table border=1 align=center bgcolor=yellow ><tr><td><b><script language=javascript>
var mark;

mark=window.prompt("Enter your mark:","0")
if (mark>=80)
document.writeln("Grade="+"A");
else
if (mark>=60)
document.writeln("Grade="+"B");
else if (mark>=50)
document.writeln("Grade="+"C");
else if (mark>=40)
document.writeln("Grade="+"D");
else if (mark>=30)
document.writeln("Grade="+"E");
else
document.writeln("F");



</script></td></tr></table>
</head>

<body>


</body>

</html>

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Click on the testing page

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