If Else statements in JavaScript Example

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In this post, we will discuss how to use if else statement in javascript. Also, you can check my previous posts  on:
Syntax of if else statement:
if (condition) {
    statements1;
}
else if (condition)  {
    statements2;
}
else if (condition)  {
    statements3;
}
else{
    statements4;
}
Example:
Below is an example of if else statement:
<script language=”JavaScript” type=”text/javascript”>
        var age = eval(prompt(“How much you scored?”, “”));
        if (age >= 60) {
            alert(“First Division”);
        }
        else if (age > 50 && age < 60) {
            alert(“Second Division”);
        }
        else if (age >= 30 && age < 50) {
            alert(“Third Division”);
        }
        else {
            alert(“Fail”);
        }
    </script>
Here in this example, it will first prompt the user to enter a value and according to the condition, it will alert the message. See fig below:
Once you enter the value it will show alert box according to the condition like below:

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