# Get Your If's Straight, Man!

Let's take this method in Java:

 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 public Integer getValueToPay(Client c){ if (c.Age >= 60) { return ticket.getValue(true); } else { return ticket.getValue(false); } } 

Considering that the object ticket belongs to the same class as this method and it has a method getValue(Boolean discount), what is the minimum number of keywords that we need to use in the function body to express the exact same function?

• Clarification: return, if, else are considered keywords.
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