js - Use the Conditional (Ternary) Operator

this statement can be used instead of if this else that statements. to me it makes it look a bit more complex when reading it. this is the basic syntax. condition ? statement-if-true : statement-if-false;

function checkEqual(a, b) {
  return a == b ? true : false;


<div id='result' class='mb-3 alert alert-primary'>..</div>
<button onclick='checkEqual(1,2);' class='btn btn-primary mb-1'>Check Equal 1,2</button>
<button onclick='checkEqual(1,1);' class='btn btn-primary mb-1'>Check Equal 1,1</button>



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