Write an if/else statement that compares the value of the variables soldYesterday and soldToday , and based upon that comparison assigns salesTrend the value -1 or 1 . -1 represents the case where soldYesterday is greater than soldToday ; 1 represents the case where soldYesterday is not greater than soldToday .

Write an if/else statement  that compares  the value  of the variables  soldYesterday and soldToday , and based  upon that comparison assigns  salesTrend the value  -1 or 1 .  -1 represents the case where soldYesterday is greater than  soldToday ; 1 represents the case where soldYesterday is not greater than  soldToday .

LANGUAGE: C++

CHALLENGE:

Write an if/else statement that compares the value of the variables soldYesterday and soldToday , and based upon that comparison assigns salesTrend the value -1 or 1 . -1 represents the case where soldYesterday is greater than soldToday ; 1 represents the case where soldYesterday is not greater than soldToday.

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