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Decision Making and Looping
The If-Then statement has three forms:
If the condition tested is true, the statements immediately following are executed. If the condition is false, versions 1 and 2 would not execute any statements. Version 3 would execute the statements after Else.
An And statement is true only if both the left and right expressions are true.
An Or statement is true if either the right expression is true or the left expression is true, or if both are true.
Divisibility of a number by a divisor is tested with the following statement:
The MultiLine property of a textbox automatically word wraps when the display line exceeds the width of the box.