- This is especially true if your condition and evaluations are complex enough that you would need to nest or chain your ternary operator. If the user enters c5 then 5 stones should be removed from Pile C. Note how because we are assigning the value of the comprehensions to a variable in the example above, CoffeeScript is collecting the result of each iteration into an.
- I like them to have a type-safe attitude, so I have them change this:var currentIndex App. Assigning primitive values: it 'should create copies when assigning primitives', function var joe 'Joe';var alsoJoe joe;expect joe. It's setting the new variable (z) to either the value of x if it's "truthy" (non zero, a valid objectarrayfunctionwhatever it is) or y otherwise.