# Why is this variable never true?

I am testing a latitude/longitude point against a bounding box, to determine if the point is inside of it or not. I am lost as to why the variable `inBounds` is never set to `1`. Since the entire piece of code is complicated, I had the program print out the variables in their current state right before the test. Here are the variables:

``````fltLatitude 48.2728
fltLongitude -122.772

SITE_LON_EAST[x] =  117.88
SITE_LON_WEST[x] =  125
SITE_LAT_SOUTH[x] = 46.24
SITE_LAT_NORTH[x] =  49.39
``````

And this is the code that executes immediately after:

``````if(fltLongitude>SITE_LON_EAST[x] && fltLongitude<SITE_LON_WEST[x] && fltLatitude>SITE_LAT_SOUTH[x] && fltLatitude<SITE_LAT_NORTH[x]) // All must be true
{
inBounds=1;
}

if(inBounds==0)
{
cout << "Point is out of bounds " << endl;
}
if(inBounds==1)
{
cout << "Point is in bounds." << endl;
}
``````

Why is `inBounds` never set to `1`?

### >Solution :

Because `fltLongitude` (-122.772) is not greater than `SITE_LON_EAST[x]` (117.88), then the first check `fltLongitude>SITE_LON_EAST[x]` is false, which makes the whole set of `&&` conditions false, then `inBounds=1;` never happens.