Wednesday, 3 December 2014

CONDITIONAL OPERATOR IN JAVA - TERNARY OPERATOR - JAVA5 Feature

TERNARY OPERATOR

The conditional operator is a ternary operator (it has 3 operands) & used to evaluate Boolean expressions, much like an if statement.

Based on its condition -  it assigns a value to a variable.


Syntax:

X= (Boolean Expression)  ?   value1  :  value2

It assigns value1 if the Expressions evaluates to true, otherwise assigns value2.

Example:
public class Salary{

public static void main(String[] args){

int age=45;

String pension=(age>=50)?"Eligible for pension":"Not eligible for Pension";

System.out.println("Your are: "+pension);

}

}




Output:

Your are: Not eligible for Pension


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