[Wayne]: isEven = number % 2 == 0; [Wililam]: That may be legal, but it isn't read-able. It's not? Ummm... how about now? boolean isEven = (number % 2 == 0); [Tom]: isEven = number%2==0?true:false; OK, now that one's pretty funny.
Actually writing code like this (instead of the first example) is one of the first ways to separate yourself from the newbie programmers. It is as readable as the first example, and much more concise. Perogi.