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The if-else-if ladder statement combines numerous statements into one condition. The execution begins at the top and checks each if condition in turn. If the statement in the if block evaluates to true, it will be executed. The last else block is assessed if none of the if conditions evaluate to true.

You can use decision making statements to control the execution order of individual statements in your application. You can create a condition and tell the compiler to perform a specific action if it is met. You can tell the compiler to execute a different piece of code if the condition isn't met.

Statements that make decisions are also known as selection statements. That is, depending on whether or not the condition block should be run, which is determined by the condition.

If a particular condition is true, the if/else statement executes a block of code. Another block of code can be performed if the condition is false. The if/else statement is part of JavaScript's "Conditional" Statements, which are used to conduct various actions depending on certain situations.

The if statement is a decision-making structure that consists of one or more statements following an expression. The if else structure is a decision-making structure in which the if statement is followed by an optional else statement that runs when the expression is false.

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