As C/C++ handles compound terms?
In fact, there is a compound condition:
if(i == 0 || array[i] != array[i - 1])
If i == 0 to calculate both parts of the condition, or just the first? Describes whether the processing order of these conditions in the documentation or is it compiler dependent?
September 19th 19 at 12:16
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"As C/C++ handles compound terms?"
September 19th 19 at 12:18
The type of such operations is called a strict and poloostrova.
In eng. the language is called "Short circuit evaluation"
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