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Home » Tip Bank » C++
Language: C++
Expertise: Intermediate
Jul 19, 2001

Avoiding the 'IF - LOOP' When Setting a True/False Condition


You can do this while testing a true/false condition that has a set third variable as shown in following loop:
 
	if ( x < y)
		z = true;
	else
		z = false;

We can replace the loop by a simple statement:
 
	z = x < y;

It is much faster. Also saves coding efforts.
Prashant Mhatre
 
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