## Conditional Operator in C

## Condition operators

**Q) Give syntax for the conditional operator.**

**Q)Give syntax for the conditional operator and explain with a flow chart.**

**Q)Give syntax for the conditional operator and explain with an example.**

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- The C language has an unusual operator, useful for making a two-way decision. This operator is a combination of ? and : and takes three operands. That operator is commonly known as the conditional operator. It is also known as a ternary operator as it has three operators. It has the following general form.
**Conditional-expression ? expression1 : expression2**- Here, conditional expression, expression1 and expression2 are the expressions.

**Working ofÂ Condition operators:**

- Conditional- expression is evaluated first. If it is true (i.e. non-zero), then expression 1 will be evaluated and returned as the result otherwise expression2 will be evaluated and returned as the result. Note that only one of the expressions (either expression 1 or expression 2) is evaluated.

consider the following piece of code:

a=10

b=15:

x=(a>b) ? a:b;

Here, x will contain a value of b (i.e. 15)

**Note:**conditional operator,Â ternary operator and operator having three operands are the same things.

**Q) Write any program to demonstrate the working of the conditional operator.**

**Q) Write a program to find a larger number from two numbers using a conditional operator.**

/* program for finding the largest out of two numbers, using conditional operator */

#include<stdio.h>

#include<conio.h>

void main()

{

int a, b, 1;

clrscr();

printf(“Enter two numbers : “)

scant(“%d%d”, &a, &b);

1= (a>b) ? a:b;

Â printf(“nLargest number is %d”, 1);

getch();

}

**Output:**

Enter two numbers: 10 12

Largest number is 15

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