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Java Questionmark operator

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The only ternary (i.e. takes three values) operator in Java is the conditional operator.

Java Questionmark operator 

     

The only ternary (i.e. takes three values) operator in Java is the conditional operator

Syntax:

boolean-expression ? result-if-true : result-if-false


This operator returns one of two values depending on a third value:

Here a question mark and colon separate the three parts of the operator.

To know more about ternary operator

http:/www.roseindia.net/java/master-java/conditional-operators.shtml



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