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c++ doubt

Discussion in 'C++' started by jainprateek2000, Dec 9, 2009.

  1. jainprateek2000

    jainprateek2000 New Member

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    a=5,c are integers
    d=1.5 is floating type
    evaluate
    c=(a++)*d+a
     
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    c=(5*1.5)+6
     
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    I believe it should be 12. The a++ is superfluous to this expression as it won't be evaluated until after the full expression (after the semicolon) so it has no affect on the outcome; however, I seem to recall from the C++ standard that the behavior of an expression involving a postfix or prefix operator and the operand of those operators in the same expression is undefined.
     

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