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A decision making structure has one or more conditions that the programme must evaluate or test, as well as a statement or statements that must be executed if the condition is true, and optionally, other statements that must be run if the condition is false.

You can use Java decision-making statements to make a choice based on the outcome of a condition. In Java, every programme has a collection of statements that are executed in the order in which they appear. It occurs when there is no need to skip between phrases or repeat particular calculations.

The condition is also tested using the Java if-else expression. If the condition is true, the if block is executed; otherwise, the else block is run. if(condition) is the syntax.

Types of Decision Making Statements in Java:

  • The if statement in Java.
  • The if-else statement in Java.
  • The Nested-Ifs statements in Java.
  • The if-else-if Ladder Statement of Java.
  • The switch statement of Java.
  • Jump statements in Java.

The programmer must define one or more conditions to be evaluated or tested by the programme, as well as a statement or statements to be executed if the condition is found to be true, and optionally, further statements to be executed if the condition is found to be false.

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