Ruby Ternary operator re-written with Boolean operators

Just noticed something interesting (well not that interesting). Ternary operators in Ruby can be re-written using Boolean operators e.g. method = object.respond_to?(:foo) ? :foo : :bar would become… method = object.respond_to?(:foo) && :foo || :bar Simply replace ? with && and : with || I don’t know if there is any performance gain here, anyone […]