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Ternary operator in Python?

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Explain the ternary operator in Python?
Oct 26 '18 #1
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Unlike C++, we donít have ?: in Python, but we have this:

[on true] if [expression] else [on false]

If the expression is True, the statement under [on true] is executed. Else, that under [on false] is executed.

Below is how you would use it:

>>> a,b=2,3
>>> min=a if a<b else b
>>> min

>>> print("Hi") if a<b else print("Bye")
Oct 26 '18 #2

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