Ternary or Conditional Operator in Python
Consider a following piece of code in python:
age = 22 if age>=18: print('You can vote.') else: print('You can not vote.')
Above code can be written in one line using ternary or conditional operator, which looks like:
age = 22 print('You can vote.') if age>=18 else print('You can not vote.')
This structure i.e.
<statement> if condition else <statement> in python is known as Ternary Operator.