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Re^5: Why does the first $c evaluate to the incremented value in [$c, $c += $_] ?

by Eily (Deacon)
on Mar 04, 2014 at 23:04 UTC ( #1076999=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^4: Why does the first $c evaluate to the incremented value in [$c, $c += $_] ?
in thread Why does the first $c evaluate to the incremented value in [$c, $c += $_] ?

I may be mistaken, but I'm think that $c+=1 is actually defined to run the two steps one right after the other, while what is ambiguous in $c++ is the fact that $c will be incremented later.

I do agree on the fact that undefined behaviour does not mean undefined value, that's why it's hard to track.


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