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#include <iostream> 
using namespace std; 
 
int main() 

  int x; 
 
  for(x=0; x<6; x++) { 
    if(x==1cout << "x is one\n"
    else if(x==2cout << "x is two\n"
    else if(x==3cout << "x is three\n"
    else if(x==4cout << "x is four\n"
    else cout << "x is not between 1 and 4\n"
  
 
  return 0
}
x is not between 1 and 4
x is one
x is two
x is three
x is four
x is not between 1 and 4














3.13.if statement
3.13.1.if statement with variable logic operators
3.13.2.if with else
3.13.3.A nested if tatement
3.13.4.Proper use of braces with an if statement
3.13.5.A block of code in if statement
3.13.6.If statement with else
3.13.7.Use an int value to control the if
3.13.8.If else statement with block code
3.13.9.An if-else-if ladder.
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