Java If - then - else logic in one function

Is there a java function that provides "if-then-else" logic?

Example:  In Excel, you can use a function -  if (1=2,"False","True")

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Hello jbaird123,

Of course !

Check this :

boolean result = !(1==2);

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I'm not sure what you're looking for, but there are two ways I can consider. I think you mean the second one.

String result = null;
if (1 == 2) {
    result = "False";
} else {
    result = "True";

// or

String result = (1==2 ? "False" : "True");

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or :

boolean result = (1==2)?false:true;

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