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Jan-Morten Reiners1,236 Points
Help, in Repl its correct. It gives me the right Result!
int value = -1; string textColor = null;
// if Value smaller then 0 then red, otherwise green
(value < 0) ? textColor = "red" : textColor = "green";
MSG: Did you include the boolean....
i have this tried out in the REPL and there is the correct result. so i dont know where my fault is.
Thank you for helping me.
int value = -1; string textColor = null; // if Value smaller then (value < 0) ? textColor = "red" : textColor = "green";
Seth Kroger56,403 Points
The challenge is being a bit pickier because there is a more correct way, style-wise, to do it. The ternary statement isn't meant for different code but for choosing different values. The assignment is expected to be outside the ternary, and the ternary provides the value for the assignment.
textColor = value < 0 ? "red" : "green";