The ternary condition is a compact and efficient method to evaluate a condition and return one of two possible results, depending on whether the condition is true or false.
It is a shortcut often used in development to avoid writing long conditional structures like if...else.
➡️ Syntax:
➡️ The structure :
➡️ The Example:
In this example, we will explain the following simple formula:
This formula checks if the number of people present is greater than 5 and returns a response based on the result.
Let's use colored points to distinguish each part of the formula:
 1 field 🟡: Present represents the data or value that we want to check.

1 operator 🟣:
>
is used to compare the field with a value. 
1 ternary condition 🟣: The
? :
allows you to choose between two results, depending on whether the condition is true or false.
The expected result:
 If Present = 8:
The condition becomes 8 > 5, which is true. The formula will then return "Yes".  If Present = 3:
The condition becomes 3 > 5, which is false. The formula will then return "No".
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