# Ternary operator : Operators « Language Basics « C# / C Sharp

Ternary operator

```
/*
Learning C#
by Jesse Liberty

Publisher: O'Reilly
ISBN: 0596003765
*/

using System;

public class ThreeInputValues
{
static void Main()
{
int valueOne = 10;
int valueTwo = 20;

int maxValue = valueOne > valueTwo ?  valueOne : valueTwo;

Console.WriteLine("ValueOne: {0}, valueTwo: {1}, maxValue: {2}",
valueOne, valueTwo, maxValue);

}
}

```

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