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Hello, I hope everyone is doing great.

I am facing syntax error although I am putting shannon normal form in right syntax? Why is It happening? I am using ? and : notation.
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Just a guess: Maybe you forgot about the brackets? According  to https://es.cs.uni-kl.de/tools/teaching/QuartzRef.pdf, you have to use brackets around the conditional operator, i.e., (c?a:b) for expressions a,b,c.
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Thanks for response.

I am putting this as an answer,

(b ? (true : a ? true : false))

but getting syntax error.
The formula (b ? (true : a ? true : false)) is not syntactically correct; I guess that you mean (b ? true : (a ? true : false))
Thanks a lot. Have a great day. I did not see that typo.

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