Speaking of python, there are conditional expressions docs.python.org/2.5/whatsnew/pep-3...
which is, I think, the only valid use case for ternaries: providing initial values based on a condition.
Apart from that a simple if clause to return early does the trick. No need for nesting ternaries.
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