Cannot be a statement by itself, as there is no ; to finish it.
I am trying to remember if *p is significant. I know that &p is... the address of the variable p. p++ is just an incrementor. But C++ has been a "variable first, then operator" type of language. cars++ people--
You could ask yourself, "Wow, how'd it come up with 'I'?", though its perfectly understandable. *hello++ is 'H', as the first letter of our string, though ++*hello++ moves our first letter 'H' one to the right, resulting in the next letter of the alphabet, 'I'.
hello, well this is valid in C++ but you may try to do it in separate statements or store the results in separate pointers just to avoid the logical errors that might occur, always remember flexibility comes before simplisity ;)
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