in a case where int a=5;
if((!a)++) or (++(!a)) gives me an error message saying that the operator ++ requires l-value, but the boolian result of if (!a++) is false.
If someone would be so kind to explain this!
Thank you dragon.
If I now understand ,then with ((!a)++) ,first !a is evaluated as the boolian result false, but then a boolian result can not be incremented.
But with (!a++), first a is incremented, and only then is ! evaluated. i.e. (!a++) ie equel to
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