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%d, %d ,%d <--\n", first, second, third); // determine a payout.. \n");// Three "Cherries" else if((first == 3) || (second == 3) || (third == 3)) printf("Paid out: One Dime\n"); // One "Cherry" else if((first == second) && (second == third)) printf("Paid out: One Nickel\n"); // Three of a kind else printf("Paid out: ZERO\n"); // Loser..

X is a pre-increment operation, whereas x++ is a post-increment operation. This means that during the evaluation of the expression by the compiled code, the value is changed pre-evaluation or post-evaluation. For example, i k i k = = = = 1; 2 * i++; 1; 2 * ++i; // at completion, k = 2 and i = 2 // at completion, k = 4 and i = 2 In the first case, i is incremented after the expression has been resolved. In the second case, i was incremented before the expression was resolved. Embedded C Language Tutor ial Decrement Operators Decrement operators function in a similar manner, causing a subtraction-of-one operation to be performed in a pre-decrement or post-decrement fashion: j--; --j; // j = j-1 // j = j-1 Compound Assignment Operators Compound assignment operators are another method of reducing the amount of syntax required during the construction of a program.

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