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Re:Remind me

marcus.cf
You can use a table indexed by a boolean (i learned this 
with Delphi, hehe). Not tested, but should work:

yesno = {[false] = "no", [true] = "yes"}
boolvar = true
print("Is today Sunday?" .. yesno[boolvar])


> What's the equivalent Lua idiom for C's ? :
> operator(s)? Obviously I
> could do it with a function, but that seems a little
> heavy-weight.
> 
> Example: Simplify the following:
>     print
> ("Is today Sunday? " ..
> (function (dow) if dow == 0 then return
> "yes" else return "no" end end) (0))
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> Curt


 
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