Ternary operator in Java

The ternary operator is a simple conditional branching statement. It returns a value based on condition.

num > 100 ? is our condition.

"big number" the first value(before :) will be returned if a condition is true.

"small number" the second value(after :) will be returned if a condition is false. In our case, this value is returned because the condition is false.

Turnery operator can be used with any other data types as well.

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