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How to use if + or?

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ITSky8

Hello!

I want to add more cases in the if, the script will be as following:

$abc="123"

if a=abc || b=abc || c=abc then

stopit()

else

startit()

endif

Seems have problems?

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PsaltyDS

if ( ($a == "abc") or ($b == "abc") or ($c == "abc") ) Then
      ; do something
Else
      ; do something else
EndIf
You had the right idea, but he defined $abc as a variable, not a literal string:
$abc = "123"
if (($a = $abc) or ($b = $abc) or ($c = $abc)) Then
       stopit()
Else
       startit()
EndIf
Whether to use single or double equal signs depends on if you want case sensitive string compares or not.

:)


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cppman

You had the right idea, but he defined $abc as a variable, not a literal string:

$abc = "123"
 if (($a = $abc) or ($b = $abc) or ($c = $abc)) Then
        stopit()
 Else
        startit()
 EndIf
Whether to use single or double equal signs depends on if you want case sensitive string compares or not.

:)

Ah, right. I guess I'm just used to using double equal signs from other languages. :)

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