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Snippet Name: Ternary Operator

Description: Included for the sake of reference.

Few PHP programmers use the ternary operator syntax. It's more difficult to read and has no real advantage over the traditional If/Else syntax. We recommend not using it.

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Language: PHP
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Last Modified: March 07th, 2009

// traditional if/else syntax
IF (EMPTY($_POST['action'])) {
     $action = 'default';
} ELSE {
     $action = $_POST['action'];
// This example of a ternary operator will produce the 
// same result as the previous example using less space. 
// It makes use of ? and : just like if and else.
$action = (EMPTY($_POST['action'])) ? 'default' : $_POST['action'];

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