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Module 8: Making Decisions with ColdFusion

Up to this point, all the code written gets executed, no questions asked. But, what if we want to execute only a certain piece of code if certain things are true? For instance, we probably won’t want to execute the code on the processing page of a form if the relevant form variables aren’t defined. The answer to this is conditional logic. This module explains what conditional logic is and shows you how to implement it in ColdFusion.

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From ColdFusion 5: A Beginner's Guide by Jeffry Houser, Copyright 2002 by the McGraw-Hill companies.
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