Is there any way to close of a conditional expression without an else?
Set A to: A = 100 & X > Y ? 20 : 100
This expression produces a "flicker" because there's no way for me to not use the else part, and I have to set it to something.
I actually don't want to do anything on the else part. Is there any technical reason why you have to add else? there doesn't seem to be any expression for "do nothing"