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It took me a good couple days to realise what you meant with "There's no such thing as priority, and neither precedence nor associativity define the order in which stuff is evaluated. They determine what is an operand of what operator."

But I get it now. Looking at it that clarifies a lot. Thank you.


In reply to Re^2: Operator precedence by muba
in thread Operator precedence by muba

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