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Well done folks! We have finally arrived. This the third part of the three-part computer programming post. We will learn how to write a program that will accept data by user input through the keyboard and also print out a result to the computer monitor after performing a simple task of checking if the number is positive of negative. For simplicity, I have chosen the object-oriented, higher level programming language C++ to program the computer to perform a simple computation for us. We will write a C++ program that will prompt the user to type in an integer and the program will check whether the entered integer is positive or negative and display an appropriate output. //////////////////////// #include <iostream> using namespace std; int main() { /*variable declarations*/ int number; int threshold = 0; // we assume 0 is positive /*user prompted for input, then input received from keyboard*/ cout<<... read more

Eye brows are up for conditional clauses, but how do you know when it's a conditional clause? It's easier than you think. First remember that a conditional clause in ASL is always at the beginning of a sentence. Then, all you have to do is remember these few easy words. If/Suppose When Happen Before After If any of the sentences start with one of these words, then it's a conditional clause. =)  Happy signing!

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