Haskell - Decision Making
Decision Making is a feature that allows the programmers to apply a condition in the code flow. The programmer can execute a set of instructions depending on a predefined condition. The following flowchart shows the decision-making structure of Haskell −
Haskell provides the following types of decision-making statements −
|S.No||Statement & Description|
One if statement with an else statement. The instruction in the else block will execute only when the given Boolean condition fails to satisfy.
|2||Nested if-else statement
Multiple if blocks followed by else blocks