Below is the example of the Ternary Operator.
let PMarks = 40
let result = (PMarks > 39)?
- The expression consists of three operands: the condition, value if true and value if false.
- The evaluation of the condition should result in either true/false or a boolean value.
- The true value lies between “?” & “:” and is executed if the condition returns true. Similarly, the false value lies after “:” and is executed if the condition returns false.
condition ? value if true : value if false
- Expression to be evaluated which returns a boolean value.
- Value to be executed if condition results in true state.
- Value to be executed if condition results in false state.
value if true:
value if false:
Input: let result = (10 > 0) ? true : false; Output: true Input: let message = (20 > 15) ? "Yes" : "No"; Output: Yes
The following programs will illustrate conditional operator more extensively:
An example of multiple conditional operators.
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