example
if (...){
return 0;
}
else (...){
return 1;
}

that do they mean?


thnaks in advance

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That the method returns an int (as its declaration will show), and these are the lines that do that, obviously.

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That the method returns an int (as its declaration will show), and these are the lines that do that, obviously.

example
if (...){
return 0;
}
else (...){
return 1;
}

that do they mean?


thnaks in advance

I'd say they mean you'll be getting some errors while compiling this
the (...) in this example is only applicable for the if - part

if(test){
           // what to do if 'test' is 'true'
}
else{
          // what to do if 'test' is 'false'
}

I'm sure that with the explanations you have gotten so far, you will beyond any doubt understand what the other lines do, and when they are applied.

if it returns zero, it means your if statement is true. else (if your statement is false) it will return 1

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