Forum Thread: Short C++ Question

Hey guys! I'm sorry to probably ask this question. But what does int i = j < 10 ? 5 : 15; mean?



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It's an alternative way to write a conditional statement. If I'm correct, I believe it sets i as an integer variable, then basically says "if j is less than 10, then i equals 5. Otherwise i equals 15." Or in other words:

if ( j < 10 ) {
i = 5
} else {
i = 15



Good question and good answer Cracker... I personally don't like to code like this because of this reason.. Unless there are comments being made along the way to make sure everyone looking at the code understands.

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