# reporter issue

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### Andreas Duering

Dec 1, 2012, 8:17:56 AM12/1/12
Dear all,

I just wanted to report more than one ore two condition for input boxes.

It is the " mortality as histogram reporter " in the interface of this model http://m.modelling4all.org/m/?frozen=dLK0SKw4-N8L56Mh2HTo5b&MforAllModel=1 .
If I enter one condition it is if condition [1], with two it is ifelse condition [1] [2] but what if I wanted more than 2 conditions?

Probably just a silly question...

All best and thank you for the help
Andreas

### Andreas Duering

Dec 1, 2012, 8:26:30 AM12/1/12
I have just tried to box the ifelse routines inside each other, just like a matrioschka, so another ifelse in the second [] etc... That does not work :-)

### Ken Kahn

Dec 1, 2012, 8:43:38 AM12/1/12
Nesting the ifelse inside each other is the solution but it can be tricky to get the square brackets in the right place.

There was a discussion of this in the NetLogo list 4 years ago:

Best,

-ken

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### Andreas Duering

Dec 1, 2012, 9:22:42 AM12/1/12
Yes, to just stack multiple ifs is much better it also makes for a very well structured and obvious code as the multiple repetitions can now be easily positioned under each other.
Thank you!

2012/12/1 Ken Kahn
Nesting the ifelse inside each other is the solution but it can be tricky to get the square brackets in the right place.

There was a discussion of this in the NetLogo list 4 years ago:

Best,

-ken

On 1 December 2012 13:26, Andreas Duering wrote:
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