Branch coverage

What is the difference between branch coverage, decision coverage and condition coverage, please explain it with the help of an example.

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Branch coverage (sometimes called Decision Coverage) measures which possible branches in flow control structures are followed. Clover does this by recording if the boolean expression in the control structure evaluated to both true and false during execution.
It comes under types of measured coverages. i.e. Statement coverage, branch coverage, and method coverage.

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