What is Ternary Operator in JAVA
The Java ternary operator, being the sole conditional operator with three operands, offers a concise syntax as an alternative to the if..else statement, effectively compiling into an equivalent if-else statement with identical functionality.
- Condition : First part is the condition section.
- trueStatement : Second is the code block which executes in case of first part condition goes true.
- falseStatement : The Third part code block executes if condition results as false.
A ternary operator in Java employs the ? and : symbols, where the first operand is a boolean expression. If the expression evaluates to true, the second operand's value is returned; otherwise, the value of the third operand is returned. This construct is frequently utilized when a variable's value depends on the truthfulness of a specific boolean expression.
The following Java program evaluate a condition using if..else statement.
The same, we can do with ternary operator in java.
Nested Ternary Operator
You can use Ternary Operator in nested statement like in if..else condition.Nested if else example
The ternary operator in Java allows for concise conditional expressions, where the value of a variable depends on the evaluation of a boolean expression.