The ternaery operator

Tobiah toby at
Thu Mar 16 11:07:19 EDT 2017

On 03/16/2017 01:12 AM, Gregory Ewing wrote:
> Stefan Ram wrote:
>> a if c else b
>>   Guido has invented something totally new. Why?
> It's arguably closer to the way you would say such a
> thing in English.
> Consider the following sentences:
> "I wear my red shirt if it's Tuesday, else my green one."
> "I wear if it's Tuesday my red shirt, else my green one."
> Which one sounds more natural?

Actually, I see where now you are coming from:

  I wear (if a then b else c)

as opposed to

  I wear (b if a else c)

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