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Conditional Statements - Extended
After learning the basics of conditional statements, we explore the contains, unless, and case operators. The contains operator is used to check a string in within a string or a string within an array of strings. The unless operator runs code if the statement is false. The case operator simplifies many if statements.
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The foundation of conditional statements can be boiled down to this: if this is true then run this code. You can also expand on that: if this is true then run this code, if not run a different code. Chaining conditions is common with different comparison operators using "or"/"and" to check if values are true or false.
Comparison operators are exactly that, comparing two values in different ways. The output of comparing values will be a boolean, true or false. The Liquid operators: greater than >, greater than or equal to >=, less than <, less than or equal to <=, equal to ==, does not equal to !=, the and operator, the or operator.