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easy! short form of "if"

Posted on 2003-12-11
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Hi!

real easy one...
whats the short form of "if"...

i know its something like
onebit (zh == 0) ? 1:0;

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megaphreak earned 100 total points
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to assign the maximum of a and b to z

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

which is the same as

if (a>b)
     z = a;
else
       z=b;

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