Idiom #252 Conditional assignment

Assign to the variable x the value "a" if calling the function condition returns true, or the value "b" otherwise.

x = "a" if condition() else "b"
x := (if condition() then "a" else "b");
x := (if condition() then "a" else "b");
if condition() then
x := "a";
else
x := "b";
end if;
x = condition() ? "a" : "b";
(def x (if condition
"a"
"b"))
x = condition() ? "a" : "b";
x = condition() ? "a" : "b";
var x = condition() ? "a" : "b";
x = if condition(), do: "a", else: "b"
X = case Condition() of
true -> "a";
false -> "b"
end
if (condition())
x = a
else
x = b
end if
if condition() {
x = "a"
} else {
x = "b"
}
let x | condition = "a"
| otherwise = "b"
x = if condition then 'a' else 'b'
const x = condition() ? 'a' : 'b';
x = condition() ? "a" : "b";
val x = if(condition()) "a" else "b"
\$x = condition() ? "a" : "b";
uses math;
x := ifthen(condition, a, b);
if condition then
x := a
else
x := b;
my \$x = condition() ? "a" : "b";
x = condition ? "a" : "b"
x = if condition
"a"
else
"b"
end
x = if condition() { "a" } else { "b" };
x = if (condition()) "a" else "b"
x = if condition() then "a" else "b"

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