if...else - statement of language JavaScript

Conditionally executes a group of statements, depending on the value of an expression.
if (condition) statements [else elsestatements];

or a simple conditional value assignment:
var variable = (condition) ? trueValue : falseValue;

or, you can use the block form syntax:
if (condition)
[else if (condition-n)
  [else ifstatements]]

condition Number or text string that evaluates to true or false. If condition is Null, then condition is treated as false.
statements One or more statements separated by semicolon that are executed if condition is true.
condition-n Same as condition
else ifstatements One or more statements executed if the associated condition-n is true.
elsestatements One or more statements executed if no previous condition or condition-n expression is true.
You can use the single-line form (1st syntax) for short, simple tests. However, the block form (2nd syntax) provides more structure and flexibility than the single-line form and is usually easier to read, maintain, and debug.
Note With the single-line syntax, it is possible to have multiple statements executed as the result of an If...Then decision, but they must all be on the same line and separated by semicolon, as in the following statement:
if (a>10) {a=1; b=5; c=0;}

When executing a block (2nd syntax), the condition is tested.
If the condition is true, then the following statements are executed.
If the condition is false, then the else if blocks (if present) are evaluated.
If the true condition is found, then the following corresponding statements are executed.
If none of the else if conditions is evaluated as true (or there is no else if block present), then the statements that follow after else are executed.
The else and else if blocks are both optional. You can have as many else if statements as you want in a block if, but none can appear after the else clause. The if statements can be nested, i.e. contained in another if statements.

It is also possible to use the single-line form of conditional assignment of the value to a single varible.
If condition is evaluated as true, then the value written after the question mark is assigned. Otherwise the value written after the colon is assigned.
var b = a > 10 ? 1 : 0;

For similar purpose in the VBScript language is used the statement If...Then...Else.
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var Temperature;
// .....
if (Temperature > 95)
// ...
else if (Temperature < 12)
// ...
// ...
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