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What would you prefer to use in your code? [message #1558] Wed, 30 March 2005 18:44 Go to next message
Anar Manafov is currently offline  Anar Manafov
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What would you prefer to use in your code?[ 3 votes ]
1. Prefix increment operator 2 / 67%
2. Postfix increment operator 1 / 33%

Subject! Rolling Eyes
Please, comment why you choose one of the methods more often...

Later on I will post the right answer Very Happy


P.S. BTW, this is also testing of a poll Smile




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Re: What would you prefer to use in your code? [message #1561 is a reply to message #1558] Fri, 01 April 2005 00:46 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Anar Manafov is currently offline  Anar Manafov
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Don’t be shy Smile
It is simple question. Please, choose one of the options.

Let’s call it, statistics gathering Smile


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Re: What would you prefer to use in your code? [message #1681 is a reply to message #1561] Thu, 19 May 2005 18:01 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Dennis Klein is currently offline  Dennis Klein
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Hi,
I prefer the prefix version.

To keep my code readable, I use the ++-operator in one line for itself. In this case, there's no difference between the prefix and the postfix version. If you try to implement it by yourself, you will see that the prefix version is much easier, say faster und smaller.
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Exactly! Smile

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