Oct 20, 2011

C Program to demonstrate Ternary condition.

C Program to demonstrate the Ternary conditional operator(?). Ternary operator is a short hand combination of the if-else statement. You can use the ternary operator in initialize lists. Read more about C Programming Language .

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int main()
 int min,x,y;
 printf("Enter two numbers\n");
 min=x <= y ? x : y;
The ternary operator (?) can be rewritten using the if-else  statement:
 printf("\n Small number is: %d",min);
 return 0;
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