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JavaScript Conditional Operator

Notes:

JavaScript Conditional Operator:

Conditional Operator (?:):
is the only ternary operator in JavaScript. It accepts 3 operands.

(operand1) ? operand2 : operand3;
Where:
operand1: should be a condition
operand2: value1
operand3: value2

Ex:
var num=10;
var result = ( (num%2)==0) ? “even” : “odd”;
document.write(num," is ", result, " number");

Note: Conditional operator is kind of short hand notation for if else statement in JavaScript.

Ex:
var num=10;
var result;
if((num%2)==0)
{
result=”even”;
}
else
{
result = “odd”;
}
document.write(num," is ", result, " number");

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