>this is a very simple question.  I'm trying to figure out if there is a
>one line way to do this:
>I want to pass a variable to the function only if it matches a certin
>value, I know I can do this:
>if($a=='H') my_function($bob,'Y');
>else my_function($bob);
You can do this
($a=='H') ? my_function($bob,'Y'):  my_function($bob);
>but If it's possible I'd like to do it with one line something that I'd
>think it would be like this.
>my_function($bob,if($a=='H') return 'Y'; );
Also, if you change this 
>if($a=='H') return 'Y'
  to a function ie foo(a){
>if($a=='H') return 'Y'
;}.  Then, put foo(a) in my_function, I think it would work.


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