The ? (ternary) Operator in C#

Published on May 18, 2013 by abundantcode

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The ? Operator is the ternary operator and takes the following form

Expression1? Expression2: Expression3;

The Expression1 is an expression which returns Boolean result. Expression2 is considered if the Expression1 is true else Expression2 is taken.

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