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Reverse of an expression. Because both expressions must be true for the statement as a whole to be true, if the first expression is false, there is no need to evaluate the second expression, because the whole expression is false.
Or True if either expression is true. Because only one of the expressions in the or statement needs to be true for the expression to evaluate as true, if the first expression evaluates as true, the Siebel eScript interpreter returns true and does not evaluate the second.
For example, if you were designing a simple guessing game, you might instruct the computer to select a number between 1 and , and you would try to guess what it is.
The computer tells you whether you are right and whether your guess is higher or lower than the target number. This procedure uses the if statement, which is introduced in the next section. If the conditional expression in the parenthesis following an if statement is true, the statement block following the if statement is executed. If the conditional expression is false, the statement block is ignored, and the computer continues executing the script at the next statement after the ignored block.
The script implementing this simple guessing game might have a structure similar to the one that follows, in which GetTheGuess is a function that obtains your guess.
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