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Question about Java Operator

 
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In Marcus Green's Mock Exam #570 the question was

And the given correct answers were 1, 2 and 3.
The explanation was that in the option 2 we have the ternary operator. Shouldn�t it be '?:' ?
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Yeah, it probably should have been ?:, not just ?.
 
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Originally posted by Corey McGlone:
Yeah, it probably should have been ?:, not just ?.


The JLS says ? is an operator by itself and : is also an operator by itself. So just ? is valid.
Here is the reference:
JLS Operators
 
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