TYL PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE
▶ CONDITIONAL STATEMENT
It is possible to add a code block that will be executed if the condition is FALSE:
esverdad ? print 'Si' \ print 'No'
The backslash '\', stands for 'else', so the line 'esverdad ? print 'Si' \ print No', can be read as:
if esverdad is true than print 'Si', else print 'No'
The backslash '\', is replaced by '⇋', Tyl else symbol:
esverdad ? print 'Si' print 'No'
If there are multiple statements in one of the yes or no blocks, the conditional statement will be like:
esverdad ?
print 'Si'
print 'Es Verdad'
\
print 'No'
print 'Non Verdad'
^
The else symbol '\', must be in its own line, and it is the line that separates the yes and no code blocks.

So the result of this code will be:
esverdad \t
esverdad ?
print 'Si'
print 'Es Verdad'
\
print 'No'
print 'Non Verdad'
^
Si
Es Verdad
And of this:
esverdad \f
esverdad ?
print 'Si'
print 'Es Verdad'
\
print 'No'
print 'Non Verdad'
^
No
Non Verdad
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