This is how it looks:
<condition> ? <expression> : <expression>
<condition> is evaluated as a boolean, and upon the result, the operator runs the first expression (if the condition is true) or the second.
This is an example: we check if
running equals to true, and if this is the case we call the
stop() function. Otherwise we call the
const running = true; (running === true) ? stop() : run()
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