Ternary Operator

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Discover the Ternary Operator

In computer programming, ?: is a ternary operator that is part of the syntax for a basic conditional expression in several programming languages. It is commonly referred to as the conditional operator, inline if (iif), or ternary if.

Ternary Operator

In Java this expression evaluates to:

If foo is selected, assign selected foo to bar. If not, assign baz to bar.

Example:

Object bar = foo.isSelected() ? foo : baz;
Check the options where result equals "foo"

Note that Java, in a manner similar to C#, only evaluates the used expression and will not evaluate the unused expression.

Complete the getNearestEnemy method using a ternary operator
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class Solution {
public static String getNearestEnemy(String enemy1, int dist1, String enemy2, int dist2) {
return "?";
}
}
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