The ternary selection operator (?:) operates on three expressions (exp1 ? exp2 : exp3). This operator evaluates the first expression exp1, which can be a scalar or vector result except float. If all three expressions are scalar values, the C99 rules for ternary operator are followed. If the result is a vector value, then this is equivalent to calling select(exp3, exp2, exp1). The select function is described in Built-in Scalar and Vector Relational Functions. The second and third expressions can be any type, as long their types match, or there is an implicit conversion that can be applied to one of the expressions to make their types match, or one is a vector and the other is a scalar and the scalar may be subject to the usual arithmetic conversion to the element type used by the vector operand and widened to the same type as the vector type. This resulting matching type is the type of the entire expression.

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