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Conditional operator, positive & smaller - Practice Exercises C# Sharp

Lesson 2:

Flow Control

Exercise 2.31:

Conditional operator, positive & smaller


Create a C# program which asks the user for two numbers and answers, using the conditional operator (?), the following:

- If the first number is positive
- If the second number is positive
- If they are both positive
- Which one is smaller

Source Code:

using System;
public class Conditional
    public static void Main()
        int a, b;
        string answer;

        Console.Write("Enter the first number: ");
        a = Convert.ToInt32(Console.ReadLine());

        Console.Write("Enter the second number: ");
        b = Convert.ToInt32(Console.ReadLine());

        if (a > 0)
            Console.WriteLine("a is positive");
            Console.WriteLine("a is not positive");

        if (a > 0)
            answer = "a is positive";
            answer = "a is not positive";

        answer = a > 0 ? "a is positive" : "a is not positive";

        Console.WriteLine(b > 0 ?
            "b is positive" : "b is not positive");

        answer = (a > 0) && (b > 0) ?
            "both are positive" : "not both are positive";

        int smallest = a < b ? a : b;
        Console.WriteLine("Smallest: {0}", smallest);
Exercisey 2.31

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