# Conditional operator and Math calculation : Operators « Language Basics « C# / C Sharp

Conditional operator and Math calculation

```
using System;
class ConditionalOp
{
static double sinc(double x)
{
return x != 0.0 ? Math.Sin(x) / x : 1.0;
}

static void Main()
{
Console.WriteLine(sinc(0.2));
Console.WriteLine(sinc(0.1));
Console.WriteLine(sinc(0.0));
}
}

```

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