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JavaScript JavaScript Unit Testing Improving Our Tests Answer: Writing Testable Code

Routine Poutine
Routine Poutine
26,038 Points

Two-lined ternary operator?

Hi, On line 63 there appears to be a two-lined ternary operator in this program. Is this best practice? I haven't seen it before, but would like to use it.

Curious,

Matt

1 Answer

kevin curtis
kevin curtis
15,287 Points

It's perfectly fine to break up the ternary operator onto two lines. In fact, I think it makes the code more readable, and readability is one of the most important elements of writing a good script.