Using IF to remove upper and lower boundaries

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Within a FOR loop, I can successfully implement a single IF statement to prevent either the upper or lower values from being manipulated like so:
if (theta1 > 0.7297)
continue
end
However every attempt I have made to remove both upper and lower values has failed. Can anyone explain what is wrong with this:
if (theta1 > 0.7297)
else (theta1 < -0.7297)
continue
end
Thanks.

Accepted Answer

Arthur
Arthur on 29 Oct 2012
So you want to continue if theta1 > 0.7297 or if theta < -0.7297? Then you could test for both in the if statement:
if (theta1 > 0.7297) || (theta1 < -0.7297)
continue
end

More Answers (1)

Thomas
Thomas on 29 Oct 2012
Edited: Thomas on 29 Oct 2012
I think this is what you need
if (theta1 > 0.7297 || theta1 < -0.7297)
continue
end
You can enter both conditions in the single If statement.
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Tom
Tom on 29 Oct 2012
Thankyou very much, that's exactly right!

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