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Ternary Conditional Operators

Swift has only one ternary conditional operator, and it is written as short-hand for a longer expression that checks a particular case or condition and provides a value for the true branch and another value for the false branch. We cover the ternary conditional operator in greater detail in Hour 5, since it is a more succinct substitution for a longer conditional expression.

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