I am importing price information and adding + or -.I put the title code in print () and it works but I do not know what it means.
is it possible to differ the variable I'm assigning to depending on a condition? The issue I came across is wanting to do this:
I came across the following code in ipython:What is the point of that? Why not use just args or '_'?
I understand that conditional expressions (or ternary operators) are lazy in Python. They represent conditional execution rather than conditional selection. In other words, only one of a or b is evaluated in the following:
There are several languages that provide either a defaulting or logical or mechanism for assignment:So far the only equivalent I've found in Powershell Core is the exceedingly verbose:
This question already has an answer here:I was playing with ternary operator and noticed something odd. I have code below:
This question already has an answer here:I learned that Advanced_For_Loop can take exactly two expressions. I don't know how it does work when it has three. I mean: for(expression1 : expression2 : expression3). And I don't know how it iterates in this code...
My Practice Tests book contains this question on the ternary operator:It does not compile. The explanation given is the following:
I recently started using ternary operator but I encountered a case where I needed to use multiple ternary operator in the same line, but they didn't seem to work as I expected.