Can anyone tell me what this following statement means in C++..

return (tos==0?1:0)

where tos is a variable..

The exact same would be:

if (tos==0) {		// tos==0?
	return 1;	// 1
} else {		// :
	return 0;	// 0

But as you can see

return (tos==0?1:0)

is much easier to write.

Please help me clarify the meaning of below line in VC++. Thanks in advance

x += (a/b) + ((a%b)?1:0);

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