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Problem Statement - Output of a ternary operator operation

Write output of the following program using the ternary operation logic.

#include <iostream.h>
int main()
  int a=10,b=23;
  int c=a>b?a=b:b=a;
  return 0;

TC++ #2321


Run Output



int a=10,b=23;
int c=a>b?a=b:b=a;
Here looking into condition part of ternary operator a>b will be false as a is 10 and b is 23. Now based on operator rule the false past after the : operator will come into effect. This means that a will be copied to (assignment operation always happens from right hand side copied to left hand side). Once this happens finally new value of b which is now 10 will be copied to c.

This will print c which is 10.



sunmitra| Created: 7-Jan-2018 | Updated: 14-Dec-2018|

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