|0.1.1||Sep 22, 2019|
|0.1.0||Sep 22, 2019|
#2254 in Rust patterns
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Lets you use the syntax of the conditional operator in Rust. Also known as the ternary operator.
let x = conditional!(69 > 42 ? "hello" : "world"); assert_eq!(x, "hello");
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