Check out example codes for "c# ternary". It will help you in understanding the concepts better.

Code Example 1

// ---------------- Syntax of Ternary Operators ----------------- //

string stateOfMatter;
int temperature = 23;


// ---- For just one condition ---- //
stateOfMatter = temperature < 0 ? "Solid": "Liquid";
  
// If temperature is below zero, then stateOfMatter is solid, otherwise
// it will be liquid
  
  
// ---- For more conditions ---- //
stateOfMatter = temperature < 0 ? "Solid" : (temperature > 100 ? "Gas" : "Liquid");

Code Example 2

is this condition true ? yes : no

Code Example 3

(condition ? [true value] : [false value])

int x = a ? b : c;

Code Example 4

double sinc(double x) => x != 0.0 ? Math.Sin(x) / x : 1;

Console.WriteLine(sinc(0.1));
Console.WriteLine(sinc(0.0));
// Output:
// 0.998334166468282
// 1

Code Example 5

condition ? consequent : alternative

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