Conditionals are very simply tests.
You can test for a true or a false only
Each conditional has three parts.
The values can be of any type, from a bool to an object
bool b; b = (5 == 3);
This would result in b equalling false
The operands that can be used are:
|<==||Less that or equal to|
|>==||Greater than or equal to|
|<>||Not equal to|
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