How to Use a Ternary Operator with Multiple Condition In Flutter ?

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How to Use a Ternary Operator with Multiple Condition In Flutter
How to Use a Ternary Operator with Multiple Condition In Flutter

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Steps to use a Ternary Operator in Flutter App with Multiple Condition?

If you’re referring to else if statements in the dart, then this ternary operator:

(foo==1)? something1():(foo==2)? something2():(foo==3)? something3(): something4();

is equivalent to this:

if(foo == 1){
    something1();
}
elseif(foo == 2){
    something2();
}
elseif(foo == 3){
    something3();
}
else something4();

For three condition user can

value: (i == 1) ? 1 : (i == 2) ? 2 : 0

It is easy,

if(foo == 1 || foo == 2)
 {
  do something
  }
 {
  else do something
  }

It can be written thus for an OR statement.

foo==1 || foo==2 ? do something : else do something

It can be written thus for AND statement

foo==1 && foo==2 ? do something : else do something

Both will work perfectly.

Example

class OperatorExample extends StatefulWidget {
  const OperatorExample({Key? key}) : super(key: key);
  @override
  State createState() => _OperatorExampleState();
}

class _OperatorExampleState extends State {
  int x = 20;
  int y = 30;
  int z = 10;

  @override
  Widget build(BuildContext context) {
    return Scaffold(
        appBar: AppBar(
          title: const Text("Ternary with multiple condition"),
        ),
        body: Center(
            child: Column(
                mainAxisAlignment: MainAxisAlignment.center,
                children: [
              Container(
                  margin: const EdgeInsets.fromLTRB(20, 0, 20, 0),
                  child: RaisedButton(
                    onPressed: () {
                      (x >= y && x >= z)
                          ? Fluttertoast.showToast(
                              msg: "A is Big",
                            )
                          : (y >= x && y >= z)
                              ? Fluttertoast.showToast(
                                  msg: "B is Big",
                                )
                              : Fluttertoast.showToast(
                                  msg: "C is Big",
                                );
                    },
                    child: const Text('check max number'),
                    textColor: Colors.white,
                    color: Colors.blue,
                  )),
            ])));
  }
}

Output:

How to Use a Ternary Operator with Multiple Condition In Flutter

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