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Ternary Operator in C#

C# decision-making operator includes also ternary operator ?:. It is the short form of the if else conditions.


condition ? statement 1 : statement 2


using System;

public class Program
	public static void Main()
		int x = 10;
		var resultFirstExample = x % 2 == 0 ? "Number is even" : "Number is odd";
		Console.WriteLine("{0} {1}", x, resultFirstExample);
		int y = 11;
		var resultSecondExample = y % 2 == 0 ? "Number is even" : "Number is odd";
		Console.WriteLine("{0} {1}", y, resultSecondExample);


10 Number is even
11 Number is odd


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