What is the difference between:
c = foo ? a : b;
if (foo) c = a;
else c = b;

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The ? merges answers if the condition is "x", so for instance if foo = 1'bx, a = 'b10, and b = 'b11, you'd get c = 'b1x.
On the other hand, if treats Xs or Zs as FALSE, so you'd always get c = b.
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