'And' statements?

Let’s say I wanted to turn on an LED only if, the value of one pot is >50 and the value of another pot is < 100, how would I write that?

if(value > 50 && value < 100)

http://www.cplusplus.com/doc/tutorial/operators/

Look under the Logical Operators section.

Osgeld:

if(value > 50 && value < 100)

Awesome thanks !!

Arrch:
Operators - C++ Tutorials

Look under the Logical Operators section.

Much appreciated! I just bookmarked for future reference.

its also under

Osgeld:
its also under

http://arduino.cc/en/Reference/HomePage

Sweet! Thanks again, I am bookmarking this as well.

Actually, you can use the word "and" instead:

http://en.cppreference.com/w/cpp/language/operator_alternative

I discovered this by accident recently... looked at some code I had written long ago and noticed I had used "and" instead of "&&" - couldn't figure out why it worked?

Using the alternative representations seems like a good way to avoid confusing the logical and bitwise operators.

even if it's possible, why use 'and'??

&& is a standard, get used to it