Conditional Operator Statement in C

The conditional operator is also known as a ternary operator. The conditional statements are the decision-making statements which depends upon the output of the expression. It is represented by two symbols, i.e., '?' and ':'.

As conditional operator works on three operands, so it is also known as the ternary operator.

Source Code

// Conditional Operator Statement ?:
int main()
    int a,b,c;
    printf("\nEnter The Value of A &  B : \n");
    printf("\nThe Greatest No is %d",c);
    return 0;
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