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1 Miscellaneous C++ Details
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In this appendix we briefly describe some features of C++ that are used in the text We also detail some common C++ programming mistakes
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A1 None of the Compilers Implement
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Currently, all the compilers that we used have various bugs and fail to compile code that should be legal according to the Standard We have attempted to program to the minimum common denominator and avoid features that do not work everywhere if a reasonable alternative is available In some places that is impossible because the alternatives also expose compiler bugs (usually on different compilers) And in other cases, a recent compiler release may have a bug that generates compiler errors for (legal) code that previously compiled Listing specific compiler bugs is pointless, because many should be fixed in the next version (famous last words, indeed!), and others are bound to emerge Instead, code in the text is written with the assumption of working compilers; the tinkering required for some compilers is described in the online README file and has been incorporated into the online code The tinkering is usually minor, but you can waste hours (or even days) trying to do it on your own Please examine the README file to find out about some of the known compiler bugs This file is likely to remain current as newer versions of the compilers are released The majority of problems stem from one of three sources: the Standard 110 Library, the introduction of namespaces (Section A S ) , and templates (eg, static members in class templates and function templates)
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In this section we describe four categories of C++ operators that occasionally cause confusion: the auto-increment /auto-decrement operators, the type conversion operator, the bitwise operators, and the ternary conditional operator
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A21 Autoincrement and Autodecrement Operators
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Autoincrement and autodecrement add and subtract 1, respectivelyThe operators are ++ and --There are two forms, prefix and postfix
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The C++ language provides operators to add and subtract 1 from an object The ++ operator may appear either before or after the object upon which it is acting In both cases the autoincrement operator ++ adds 1 to the value of the object In C++, however, an operator applied to an object yields an expression that has a value Although the object is guaranteed to be incremented before execution of the next statement, the following question arises: What is the value of the autoincrement expression if it is used in a larger expression In this case placement of the ++ is crucial The semantics of ++x is that the value of the expression is the new value of x, whereas for x++ the value of the expression is the original value of xFor example, in
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after the assignment statement, the value of x is 5, the value of y is 8, and the value of z is the sum of the original value of x (4) and the new value of y (S), or 12 The postfix form of autoincrement (x++)associates from left to right and has highest precedence; it is in a general group of postfix operators that includes the function call operator and a postfix autodecrement operator The prefix form associates from right to left and is in the same group as the general class of unary operators that includes a prefix autodecrement and the unary plus and minus operators These operators are immediately below postfix in strength of precedence Expressions such as x+x++ produce undefined results in C++ (because the compiler is free to adjust x at any point) Thus if the value of an object is altered in an expression, you must exercise some caution With reasonable restraint, alteration is not a problem
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