what does a conditional operator in python do?

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can you give the syntax and an example to use a conditional operator?
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Conditional operators in python is same as any other programming language. They are the conditional expressions used to give the output according to the condition in the expression.

example:

# Program to demonstrate conditional operator

a, b = 10, 20

# Copy value of a in min if a < b else copy b

min = a if a < b else b

  print(min)
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