Language Question

What does the ? mean in this line of code: "pos = pos == straight ? divergent: straight;". I can not find any reference for a question mark anywhere.

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pos = pos == straight ? divergent: straight;
if (pos == straight)
{
  pos = divergent;
}
else
{
  pos = straight;
}

What does the ? in this code mean: pos = pos == straight ? divergent: straight;

You are looking at the famous ternary operator, invented (I believe) primarily to confuse some people and impress others.

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Personally I find it easier to read with some parentheses, although obviously not required.

pos = (pos == straight) ? divergent: straight;