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Subject[OFFTOPIC] Re: A bit off-topic ... (fwd)
First, let me say that this message is VASTLY offtopic for the linux-kernel
mailing list. This mailing list is for discussion of the Linux kernel's
internals - NOT about basic C programming.

On Wed, 31 Mar 1999, Rivalino Matias Junior wrote:
> The result of x is two. Why ?

My C compiler won't compile that - it claims you're assigning to an invalid
lvalue. I suspect there's a compiler bug to do with assignments in a
ternary operator as the rvalue of an assignment. Wrapping the two x='s on
the right-hand side generates the expected output.

--Jeff



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