What is the order of multiple pre/post incrementations in one line equation in JAVA?
I have this piece of code in JAVA 8: int x=3; int y = --x + x++ + --x ; System.out.print("y: " + y + " x: "+x); As I understand it should be split like this: y = 2 + x++ + --x; x = 2 y = 2 + 2 + --x; x = 2 y = 2 + 2 + 1; x = 1 y = 5; x = 2 And it prints y: 6 x: 2 What is the order of operation in here?
It's because of the way pre and post increments work, it gets evaluated like this: 1. y = --x + x++ + --x ; 2. y = 2 + (2)++ + --(3); 3. y = 2 + 2 + 2; 4. y = 6 After 2 decrements and 1 increment, x becomes 2.
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