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How does the ternary Operator Works?

>> Tuesday, November 15, 2011

The Ternary Operator contains three operands with
  "? :". Based on the return type it will give the value.

operand1 ? operand2 : operand3

Ternary Operator Syntax:

boolean expression ? value1 : value2 ;

The first operand is a boolean expression; if the expression is true then the value of the second operand is returned otherwise the value of the third operand is returned:

Here if operand1 is true, operand2 is returned.

operand1 must be a boolean type

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