Tag: Ternary Operator
Ternary operators in PHP are shorthand conditional statements that allow you to write a simple if-else statement in a single line of code. The syntax for a ternary operator is: If the condition is true, the true_value is returned. Otherwise, the false_value is returned. For example, the following code: will output “less than or equal…
Inline if this then that else this other thing. Handy when you need to do this sort of thing in a template literal.