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Okay so I'm having a problem with Mathematica Programming. Its not hard but for some reason I keep getting an error. It might just be a syntax problem but the program I'm trying to run is
 one year ago
Okay so I'm having a problem with Mathematica Programming. Its not hard but for some reason I keep getting an error. It might just be a syntax problem but the program I'm trying to run is

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rahulmathew127
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Clear["`*"] (* Clears all previously saved variables *) x = Input[ "Please enter a number:"] (* Request user input for the variable x \ to be tested *) If[x > 2357(* To see if the user input is greater than 2357 *), CreateDialog[{TextCell[ Row[{"You're inputted number is greater than 2357:", x}]], DefaultButton[]}, WindowTitle > "Test!"] (* This is to pop up a window to state that the user \ input is greater than 2357 *), If[x < 2357 (* To see if the user input is less than 2357 *), CreateDialog[{TextCell[ Row[{"You're inputted number is less than 2357:", x}]], DefaultButton[]}, WindowTitle > "Test!"] (* This is to pop up a window to state that the user input is less \ than 2357 *), If[x == 2357 (* To see if the user input is equal to 2357 *), CreateDialog[{TextCell[ Row[{"You're inputted number is equal to 2357:", x}]], DefaultButton[]}, WindowTitle > "Test!"] (* This is to pop up a window to state that the user input is equal \ to 2357 *), Print["No acceptable value was entered"]]]] (* Closing Third "nested" If statement *)
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