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Prececedence:
(exists $hash{$_} and $hash{$_} eq 'on') ? $result = 'OK' : $result = 'KO'
is parsed as
( cond ? $result = 'OK' : $result) = 'KO'
and if cond is true, gets reduced to
($result = 'OK') = 'KO'
so you assign OK, then KO, to $result. In any case, your first syntax is preferable, and the use of exists is unnecessary as the only keys you're testing are the the keys of the hash, so they must always exist

Dave.


In reply to Re: Question about ternary condition by dave_the_m
in thread Question about ternary condition by Tomtom

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