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How Does The Ternary Operator Work In Python?

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The ternary operator is an alternative for the conditional statements. It combines true or false values with a statement that you need to test.

The syntax would look like the one given below.

[onTrue] if [Condition] else [onFalse]

x, y = 35, 75

smaller = x if x < y else y


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