C++ Flow Control if else switch case syntax – steal our code

There are a number of flow control syntax constructs in C++. They are basically the same as those in C, so if you are a C programmer you can skip this section. The c++ flow control constructs involve variations of : if, if else if syntax, while(isTrue) ..., do ... while(isTrue) and my favorite ...c++ switch case syntax ...with variations of continue, break and default c++ Flow Control Code...
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C++ Booleans and flow control,

C++ Booleans are a byte sized memory space which simply holds the data variable for " is it true or is it not?". Programmers usually put the word "is" in front of the variable so that it reads more English like. So a bool is likely to be named isbeautiful or isCorrect, rather than simply beautiful which could be an int rating from 1 - 10. Adding the "is" to a variable such as "cold" does not...
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