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In your example, how do you distinguish between these?
You don't have to. Both mean:
Valid ++ codes are:
- No space with ++
- A space on both sides of comparison operators (except for ==)
So with "++<", the less-than sign is always part of the expression that comes after ++.
<++ # These three
++> # have the
<++> # same meaning