code understanding help
terry.tree at gmail.com
Sun Apr 3 09:37:42 PDT 2005
I'm trying to go through a book on programming in C and I'm having
problem understanding the second example in the book.
#define PRINTX printf("%d\n", x);
main(int argc, char *argv)
int x = 2, y, z;
x *= 3 + 2; PRINTX;
x *= y = z = 4; PRINTX; // the output makes no sense
x = y == z; PRINTX;
x == (y = z); PRINTX;
Looking at line x *= y = z = 4; from my point of view the output
should be 8 but it is 40.
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