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Python Ternary Operator Example: Here, we are implementing a program that will read age of a person and check whether person is eligible for voting or not using ternary operator.
Submitted by Pankaj Singh, on October 06, 2018

Given age of a person and we have to check whether person is eligible for voting or not using Ternary operator.

Syntax:

    [on_true] if [expression] else [on_false]

Here,

  • [on_true] is the statement that will be execute if the given condition [expression] is true.
  • [expression] is the conditional expression to be checked.
  • [on_false] is the statement that will be executed if the given condition [expression] is false.

Example:

    Input:
    Enter Age :21

    Output:
    You are Eligible for Vote.

Program:

# input age 
age = int(input("Enter Age :"))

# condition
status = "Eligible" if age>=18 else "Not Eligible"

# print message
print("You are",status,"for Vote.")

Output

Enter Age :21
You are Eligible for Vote.





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