Hi Andrei,

Thanks for reading and responding, much appreciated :)

I'm not entirely sure what you're getting at, but it's quite common practice to use guard clauses. Tho, that's ofc not a demonstration of if-else statements.

Now, the if-else illustration was merely to set the scene. It's overly simplified.

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