e1?e2:e3 so, is it useful or what?

J. Wong wong at rtech.UUCP
Tue Sep 9 04:51:40 AEST 1986

In article <4064 at reed.UUCP> trost at reed.UUCP (Bill Trost) writes:
>			...  I also suspect (but am uncertain)
>that the use of ?: is more effecient in terms of code size and speed.

No, in most cases ?: is less efficient.  It does result is less source
code, however (and I feel results in more readable code, as long as you
don't nest them.)
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