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Getting errors each time I try to resolve this code challenge. I addressed the Boolean expression error to get another
I've tried this Code Challenge a few times and I've been getting different errors. I reviewed the other similar questions and perhaps I'm misunderstanding a concept somewhere. The error I'm getting now is "Bummer: Did you include the "red" and "green" string literal expressions (separated by a colon) to the right of the ternary operator?"
Can someone point out where my code is off and why?
Thanks so much!
int value = -1; string textColor = null; string textColor = (value < 0) ? ("red") : ("green");