Ternary Operator in ReactJS

Today we will show you the example of the ternary operator in ReactJS. It’s also know as conditional operator. If you want to conditionally render the small block of the text then you can use the ternary operator / conditional operator in React JS.

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Example of Ternary Operator

Let’s refer to the same example of the previous article where we will update the text of the button on the click event of it.

Refer previous article: Prevent Component from Rendering in ReactJS

Here we will change the button text from “Toggle Tab” to “Show Tab” or “Hide Tab” with the help of ternary operator. Your button code should look like below.

After changing the code in button element, your App.js file should be same as below.


Here we have changed the code in only single file (App.js), everything else will remain the same.


Output - Ternary Operator in ReactJS - Clue Mediator
Output – Ternary Operator in ReactJS – Clue Mediator

Thank you for reading. Happy Coding!

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