Your First Kotlin Android App: An App From Scratch

Jul 5 2022 Kotlin 1.6, Android 12, Android Studio Bumblebee | 2021.1.1

Part 3: Coding in Kotlin

23. Use Conditional Statements

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This video Use Conditional Statements was last updated on Jul 5 2022

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Lets implement the algorithm we just designed to calculate the difference between the target value and the slider value in kotlin.

if something is true {
    then do this
} else if something else is true {
    then do that instead
} else {
    do something when neither of the above are true
val maxScore = 100
var difference: Int
if (sliderValue > targetValue) {
    difference = sliderValue - targetValue
} else if(targetValue > sliderValue) {
    difference = targetValue - sliderValue
} else {
    difference = 0
return maxScore - difference