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  Is there a way to fix the following line?

        Integer IntA = new Integer(int a = (b<c) ? b: c);

  Due to the technique difficulty, I am unable to make them to two lines ...

 thanks.
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Question by:meow00
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by:objects
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do you mean to assign a? if so, I don't think so

        Integer IntA = new Integer((b<c) ? b: c);
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        Integer IntA = new Integer(Math.min(b, c));
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by:ksivananth
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or this

int a ;
Integer IntA = new Integer( ( a = b < c ? b : c ) ) ;
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