# Converting If-else condition to Linear Programming

I have a constraint in a linear programming formulation with two variables: $X \ge Y$

To which I want to apply the following if-else conditions:

if Y=1:
X=1
else:
X=0


Where $X$ and $Y$ are binary.

How can I fit this if-else into linear programming? Do I need to define another variable? It looks as an AND operation, between $X$ and $Y$.

This can be expressed with just the equation $X=Y$. Since $X,Y$ are zero-or-one variables, the only possible assignments that are consistent with your condition are $X=Y=0$ and $X=Y=1$.