Ternary Operator in Java1 min read

Ternary Operator is also known as the Conditional operator. It is used to evaluate Boolean expressions. We can say that it is a short version of the if-else statement. But here instead of operating on two operands, it operates on three operands, and therefore the name ternary.

Syntax: of Ternary Operator:

variable num1 = (expression) ? value if true : value if false


Java Program for Ternary Operator :

Output:

For false, value of number2 is: 400
For true, value of number2 is: 200


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