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Possible Plagiarism

Plagiarized on 2018-02-19
by Usman

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Original - Posted on 2014-11-21
by Bouba



            
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They both increment the number. `++i` is equivalent to `i = i + 1`.
`i++` and `++i` are very similar but not exactly the same. Both increment the number, but `++i` increments the number before the current expression is evaluated, whereas `i++` increments the number after the expression is evaluated.
Example:
int i = 1; int x = i++; //x is 1, i is 2 int y = ++i; //y is 3, i is 3
They both increment the number. `++i` is equivalent to `i = i + 1`.
`i++` and `++i` are very similar but not exactly the same. Both increment the number, but `++i` increments the number before the current expression is evaluated, whereas `i++` increments the number after the expression is evaluated.
int i = 3; int a = i++; // a = 3, i = 4 int b = ++a; // b = 4, a =
Check [this link](https://stackoverflow.com/questions/2315705/what-is-the-difference-between-i-i-in-for-loop-java/2315717#2315717).

        
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