TYL PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE
▶ CONDITIONAL STATEMENT
Conditional statement is a statement that directs the program flow based on a condition.
Conditional statement with yes block only structure:
[CONDITION] ?
 [STATEMENT]     yes block: statements
 [STATEMENT]     that will be executed
 [STATEMENT]     if the condition is TRUE

Conditional statement with yes and no blocks structure:
[CONDITION] ?
 [STATEMENT]     yes block: statements
 [STATEMENT]     that will be executed
 [STATEMENT]     if the condition is TRUE
 ⇋
 [STATEMENT]     no block: statements
 [STATEMENT]     that will be executed
 [STATEMENT]     if the condition is FALSE

Conditional statement has two or three components:
Condition statement type can be:
Conditional Statement Composition
A condition statement signature looks like:
esverdad ?
The line 'esverdad ?', is the condition line. The esverdad is the condition statement, of variable condition type, and the question mark '?', is Tyl symbol for conditional statements.

In this code:
esverdad \t
esverdad ?
print 'Si'
^
The characters combination '\t' is Tyl code for TRUE, and is replaced by the symbol '', which is Tyl symbol for TRUE. The caret '^', is Tyl code for end statement, and is replaced by ''. Tyl needs an end statement, to know where the yes block ends.

The above code will look like:
esverdad
esverdad ?
    print 'Si'
Si
If there is only one statement in the yes block, it is posible to write the yes statement right after the condition:
esverdad ? print 'Si'
The line esverdad ? print 'Si', is called a one line conditional statement, and is good for short conditional statements.
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