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Logical Operators . Jumps Logical Operators The different logical operators found in Java Rational Operators The different rational operators found in Java. Jumps . A jump is also known as a branch A jump is when you program skips certain steps to move on to another block of code

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### Logical Operators

Jumps

Logical Operators

The different logical operators found in Java

Rational Operators

The different rational operators found in Java

Jumps
• A jump is also known as a branch
• A jump is when you program skips certain steps to move on to another block of code
• There are two types of jumps
• Unconditional Jump = no condition is set
• Conditional jump = a condition has to be satisfied in order for the jump to compare
Logical Operators
• Logical operators are functions used in Java
• They are used to set certain conditions
• These conditions are used when we have conditional jumps in our programs
Different Logical Operators
• There are many different operators, some of these include the following
Rational Operators
• Rational operators in java are used when we wish to make a comparison
• Rational operators just like logical operators are used for conditional jumps in our java program s
Is the answer to these conditions true of false?
• 9 + 4 == 13
• 5*5 > 10
• 10 – 4 < 5
• 15 >= (10+5)
• 21 / 7 <= 4
• 12*2 != 24
Is the answer to these conditions true of false?
• 9 + 4 == 13  False
• 5*5 > 10  True
• 10 – 4 < 5  True
• 15 >= (10+9)  False
• 21 / 7 <= 4  True
• 12*2 != 24  False