5.16 if

Conditional expressions come in the form of a leading if keyword, a condition expression enclosed in parentheses () and a expression to be evaluated in case the condition holds:

if (condition) expression;

The condition expression has to be of type Bool.

Optionally, expression may be followed by the else keyword as well as another expression to be evaluated if the condition does not hold:

if (condition) expression1 else expression2;

Here, expression2 may consist of another if expression:

if (condition1) expression1
else if(condition2) expression2
else expression3

If the value of an if expression is required, e.g. for var x = if(condition) expression1 else expression2, the typer ensures that the types of expression1 and expression2 unify. If no else expression is given, the type is inferred to be Void.


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