If I have a conditional of the form:
Which[Round[b[i], 0.1] == 74,1,40 < b[i] < x,2] where
b[i] represents a number that gets updated in a loop and x is the variable I am asking for below.
How can I save the value of
Round[b[i], 0.1] == 74 as a variable (let's say
x as in the code) only for when the condition
Round[b[i], 0.1] == 74 is met. So, to be more specific if
b[i]=73.99, for example, then the code would translate to
Which[Round[73.99, 0.1] (*which is equal to 74*) == 74,1,40 < b[i] < 73.99,2] but if
b[i]=75, for example, then it will keep being
Which[Round[75, 0.1] == 74,1,40 < b[i] < x,2] as
Round[b[i]] is still not 74 and hence
x is still a variable with nothing assigned to. Is this possible?
Edit: I will also appreciate comments on getting
Round[b[i], 0.1] == 74 equal to a variable even when the condition is not met, which should be simpler to do. For this case I tried naively
Which[x==Round[b[i], 0.1] == 74,1,40 < b[i] < x,2] but here x will be "True" or "False" but not the number.
I hope this makes sense and I appreciate in advanced your help