Given two variables, isEmpty of type boolean, indicating whether a class roster is empty or not, and numberOfCredits of type int, containing the number of credits for a class, write an expression that evaluates to true if the class roster is not empty and the class is more than 2 credits.

Given two variables, isEmpty of type boolean, indicating whether a class roster is empty or not, and numberOfCredits of type int, containing the number of credits for a class, write an expression that evaluates to true if the class roster is not empty and the class is more than 2 credits.

LANGUAGE: Visual Basic

CHALLENGE:

Given two variables, isEmpty of type boolean, indicating whether a class roster is empty or not, and numberOfCredits of type int, containing the number of credits for a class, write an expression that evaluates to true if the class roster is not empty and the class is more than 2 credits.

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