Else without IF and L-Value Required Error in C
Else without IF
This error is shown if we write anything in between if and else clause.
prog.c: In function 'main': prog.c:15:5: error: 'else' without a previous 'if' else printf("value of a is not equal to 2 "); ^
This error occurs when we put constants on left hand side of = operator and variables on right hand side of it.
prog.c: In function 'main': prog.c:6:5: error: lvalue required as left operand of assignment 10 = a; ^
Example 2: At line number 12, it will show an error L-value because arr++ means arr=arr+1.Now that is what their is difference in normal variable and array. If we write a=a+1 (where a is normal variable), compiler will know its job and their will be no error but when you write arr=arr+1 (where arr is name of an array) then, compiler will think arr contain address and how we can change address. Therefore it will take arr as address and left side will be constant, hence it will show error as L-value required.
prog.c: In function 'main': prog.c:10:6: error: lvalue required as increment operand arr++; ^