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does the instructor mean "ternary operator?" in this video

At around ~6:44 in this video does the instructor mean ternary operator as it sounds like he says tertiary operator.

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James Barnett
James Barnett
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According to wikipedia.org

In computer science, a ternary operator (sometimes incorrectly called a tertiary operator) is an operator that takes three arguments.

According to merriam-webster.com

  • ternary: having three parts
  • tertiary: occurring in or being a third stage