We want to respond to commands and go over all the options. The viewer needs to get a better view on what we are going to build. We will show the viewer how they can respond to commands with the if statement and the switch statement in Dart.
- [Instructor] Welcome to the third video of this section.…In the previous video, we learned how to add and adapt…the layer in our application.…In this video, we're going to take a look…at how to respond to an input command.…Also, how you can use if and switch statements in your code.…We can also extend our sample application…with some awesome new code.…If statements and switch statements…are the conditional statements.…These are the basic concepts…that you will find in a lot of other programs as well.…
It is similar to a control flow graph.…First of all, I want to tell you…that we're going to create MUD throughout the course.…MUD stands for Multi-User Dungeon…and is a game where we are going to navigate…in a world and encounter the other obstacles, enemies.…Basically, we can experience an adventure.…First of all, we're going to set up the basics.…We are only going to accept left, right, up, down commands.…We can write an if-else construction for this.…
We can start with creating a variable called output value.…
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