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December 2019

— Or
foo(a++,a)

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I think it is pretty straight-forward because in any argument eval order result will be the same, is not it?

— Oh, I got ya

— Yes but compiler decide order

— For the std is ub

— In this case the order doesn't matter

— Because std not declare order

— I do not write the code like this anyways, I'm a sane person

— A=1;
foo(++a,a++);
left to right:
foo(2,2);
Right to left
foo(3,1);

— Pls fix this problem of code....
int Value(int int)
void main()
int x=7;
int y=4;
Float Area;
float value()




float value(int a,int b)
Area=A*A
..
..

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— For starters you have no curly brackets

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