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Decision Making and If, Then, Else Statements
The select function is a block that has two data wires and a Boolean logic wire as inputs, with one data string as an output. The data inputs are wired so that one is associated with a true value, and the other with the false value from the Boolean input. This allows for a simple switch to be encoded into the code and used to choose between two different options, and output the chosen option.
Case structures are a more versatile approach to choosing different cases. It can have up to 231-1 cases, but having two, one for true and one for false, or around that value is more appropriate. The type and number of cases is determined by a case selector wired into the left side of the case structure.