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[b][red]This message was edited by Gregry2 at 2006-6-5 6:28:6[/red][/b][hr]
A thousand years have past...lol, im back. Well, if anyone's intrested in noeing y i've been gone, they can ask...but for now, straight to the question.
In C/C++, do the logical operators (&&,||, i think...) evaluate the right side and if it is false or true, the entire expression is considered false or true, both respectively?
Theres something like that in Java, but i think its for & and |, or the other way around...
oh yeah, and one more thing. I wonder which is more time wasting, a conditional, or an expression repeated twice for no reason. Pls, try to visualize it in your mind, my actual code will take much longer than this paragraph to explain...
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