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  1. src/main/java/com/alibaba/druid/sql/visitor/functions/If.java

    import static com.alibaba.druid.sql.visitor.SQLEvalVisitor.EVAL_VALUE;
    
    public class If implements Function {
        public static final If instance = new If();
    
        public Object eval(SQLEvalVisitor visitor, SQLMethodInvokeExpr x) {
            final List<SQLExpr> arguments = x.getArguments();
            if (arguments.isEmpty()) {
                return EVAL_ERROR;
            }
    
            SQLExpr condition = arguments.get(0);
    Java
    - Registered: 2022-08-15 07:39
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  2. runtime/doc/if_ruby.txt

    	|expression|).  Returns the expression result as:
    	- a Integer if the Vim expression evaluates to a number
    	- a Float if the Vim expression evaluates to a float
    	- a String if the Vim expression evaluates to a string
    	- a Array if the Vim expression evaluates to a Vim list
    	- a Hash if the Vim expression evaluates to a Vim dictionary
    	Dictionaries and lists are recursively expanded.
    
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  3. runtime/doc/if_lua.txt

    				|Funcref|). It is equivalent to Vim's
    				function().
    
    	vim.buffer([arg])	If "arg" is a number, returns buffer with
    				number "arg" in the buffer list or, if "arg"
    				is a string, returns buffer whose full or short
    				name is "arg". In both cases, returns 'nil'
    				(nil value, not string) if the buffer is not
    				found. Otherwise, if "toboolean(arg)" is
    				'true' returns the first buffer in the buffer
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  4. test/smoke/dom-if.html

            }
            .child {
              border: 1px solid green;
              width: 100px;
            }
          </style>
          <div class='parent'>
            <div class='child'>Child1</div>        
            <template is='dom-if' if='1'>
              <div class='child'>Child2</div>
            </template>
          </div>
        </template>
    
       
        <!-- Uncomment for class syntax -->
        <script type="module">
    HTML
    - Registered: 2022-08-12 07:34
    - Last Modified: 2018-04-20 00:27
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  5. runtime/doc/if_pyth.txt

    vim.eval(str)						*python-eval*
    	Evaluates the expression str using the vim internal expression
    	evaluator (see |expression|).  Returns the expression result as:
    	- a string if the Vim expression evaluates to a string or number
    	- a list if the Vim expression evaluates to a Vim list
    	- a dictionary if the Vim expression evaluates to a Vim dictionary
    	Dictionaries and lists are recursively expanded.
    	Examples: >
    	    :py text_width = vim.eval("&tw")
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  6. runtime/doc/if_ruby.txt

    append({n}, {str})
    		Appends a line after the line {n}.
    line		Returns the current line of the buffer if the buffer is
    		active.
    line = {str}    Sets the current line of the buffer if the buffer is active.
    line_number     Returns the number of the current line if the buffer is
    		active.
    
    ==============================================================================
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  7. runtime/doc/if_tcl.txt

    <
    	::vim::lbase					*tcl-var-lbase*
    	This variable controls how Tcl treats line numbers.  If it is set to
    	'1', then lines and columns start at 1.  This way, line numbers from
    	Tcl commands and vim expressions are compatible.  If this variable is
    	set to '0', then line numbers and columns start at 0 in Tcl.  This is
    	useful if you want to treat a buffer as a Tcl list or a line as a Tcl
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  8. lib/elements/dom-if.js

        // (and any nested template effects) when the `if` is false
        templateInfo.runEffects = (runEffects, changedProps, hasPaths) => {
          let syncInfo = this.__syncInfo;
          if (this.if) {
            // Mix any props that changed while the `if` was false into `changedProps`
            if (syncInfo) {
              // If there were properties received while the `if` was false, it is
    JavaScript
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  9. packages/@ember/-internals/glimmer/lib/helpers/if-unless.ts

      ```app/components/weather.hbs
      {{#if @isRaining}}
        Yes, grab an umbrella!
      {{else}}
        No, it's lovely outside!
      {{/if}}
      ```
    
      You are also able to combine `else` and `if` helpers to create more complex
      conditional logic.
    
      For the following template:
    
       ```app/components/weather.hbs
      {{#if @isRaining}}
        Yes, grab an umbrella!
      {{else if @isCold}}
        Grab a coat, it's chilly!
      {{else}}
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  10. runtime/doc/if_perl.txt

    Vim syntax highlighting supports Perl and POD files.  Vim assumes a file is
    Perl code if the filename has a .pl or .pm suffix.  Vim also examines the first
    line of a file, regardless of the filename suffix, to check if a file is a
    Perl script (see scripts.vim in Vim's syntax directory).  Vim assumes a file
    is POD text if the filename has a .POD suffix.
    
    To use tags with Perl, you need Universal/Exuberant Ctags.  Look here:
    Plain Text
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