Part 3: This or That
Boolean Variables and Conditionals
A boolean variable is a special type of variable that contains one of two possible values: true or false.
By themselves, boolean variables don't seem to do too much, but they are a powerful tool when working with control structures, as we will soon see.
Make a boolean variable and assign it a value of true: boolean sayStatement = false.
Create a text variable named "greeting" and assign it a string you like in double quotes: text greeting = "Hello!"
We will use these variables in a couple slides.
Try it Yourself
In the next tutorial, we will discuss Hour of Code Part 4, which describes first steps in Quorum.