oid main() { int a,b=5,c=10; a = (b-c) > (c-b) ? b : c; printf(%d,a); } what is the output?/

## Expert Answer

**The output of the given code snippet would be 10.**

**Explanation:** the line a = (b-c) > (c-b) ? b : c; uses ternary operator; this means if (b – c) is greater than (c – b) then value of b would be assigned to a otherwise value of c would be assigned to a. Now b=5 and c= 10; so (b – c) is -5 and (c – b) is 5; -5 is not greater than 5 so value of c would be assigned to a. Hence value of ‘a’ would be 10. So **print statement would give 10 as output.**