Referenced from lesson If-Expressions (Spring, 2021)

1 Open the Mood Generator Starter File, and read throught the code you find there. This code contains new programming that you haven’t seen yet! Take a moment to list everything you Notice, and then everything you Wonder…​

Notice Wonder

2 Add another line of code to the definition, so that mood("mad") produces the same emoji as mood("angry").

3 Add another example to the examples: section for "laughing", using the appropriate emoji. (To bring up the emojis on your computer, type Cmd-Ctrl-Space on a Mac, or Windows-Period on Windows 10)

4 Come up with some new moods, and add them to the code. Make sure you include examples:!

5 In your own words, how do if-expressions work in Pyret? Write your answer below.

6 Write down at least 2 ways you could use if-expressions when analyzing the Animals Dataset.

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