Consider below C++ program and predict its output.
The above invokes undefined behaviour by referencing both ‘i’ and ‘i++’ in the argument list. It is not defined in which order the arguments are evaluated. Different compilers may choose different orders. A single compiler can also choose different orders at different times.
For example below three printf statements may also cause undefined behavior.
Therefore, it is not recommended Not to do two or more than two pre or post increment operators in the same statement.
This means that there’s absolutely no temporal ordering in this process. The arguments can be evaluated in any order, and the process of their evaluation can be intertwined in any way.
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