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Answer / guest
The variable i is both referenced and modified in the same
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Answer / abdur rab
The answer from wikipedia
Sequence point comes into play when the same variable is
modified more than once. An often-cited example is the
expression i=i++, which both assigns i to itself and
increments i; what is the final value of i? Language
definitions might specify one of the possible behaviors or
simply say the behavior is undefined. In C and C++,
evaluating such an expression yields undefined behavior.
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Answer / kk
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Answer / vignesh1988i
this line will work.... first the value of i will be in the array and then i will get incremented
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