A really handy way to write condensate and yet easily readable code in C is using one line if when doing only simple operation in the if.
There's two way of doing this, using a ternary operator (here ?) or a compact If syntax.
It is absolutely not recommended to use this syntax everywhere but when only incrementing a variable for example, it is great.
The ternary operator:
VARIABLE = (CONDITION) ? VALUE_TRUE: VALUE_FALSE;
Variable = (Captor > Threshold) ? ValueIfTrue : ValueIfFalse;
A variation of this use case when using increment and decrement operators.
(Variable > Threshold) ? Variable-- : Variable++;
The compact If syntax :
if (CONDITION) TRUE;
if (Variable < 0) Variable = 0;