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Using the ternary operator in C/ operator course
Im not sure why this ternary operator statement isn`t working!
int value = -1; string textColor = null; (value < 0) ? textColor = "red" : textColor = "green";
Steven Parker215,939 Points
The ternary operator creates an expression.
So if you're doing an assignment, the entire thing should be on the right side of the equal sign, with the variable being assigned on the left. And on either side of the colon you would put just the value to be used, not an entire statement.