C Conditional Assignment

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Now, if I say using assignment operators like these makes the code more compact and readable, some of you may argue that in context of the example we used, an increment operator would have been equally good as that also makes sure the value of 'a' gets increased by 1.

Meanwhile, here's a quick reference to assignment operators corresponding to some of these operators: I hope you got a basic idea about assignment operators and conditional expressions.

You are now encouraged to use these in your day to day coding activities, and if you run into any kind of issue, don't forget to leave us a comment here.

give the following code: count= 0, time = 6434 count= 100000, time = 7652 count= 200800, time = 10124 count= 300200, time = 12820 count= 403100, time = 15566 count= 497400, time = 16911 count= 602900, time = 15999 count= 700700, time = 12997 count= 797500, time = 11465 count= 902500, time = 7619 count=1000000, time = 6429 count= 0, time = 7045 count= 100000, time = 10194 count= 200800, time = 12080 count= 300200, time = 15007 count= 403100, time = 18519 count= 497400, time = 20957 count= 602900, time = 17851 count= 700700, time = 14593 count= 797500, time = 12390 count= 902500, time = 9283 count=1000000, time = 7020 count= 0, time = 7 count= 100000, time = 9 count= 200800, time = 9 count= 300200, time = 9 count= 403100, time = 9 count= 497400, time = 8 count= 602900, time = 7 count= 700700, time = 7 count= 797500, time = 10 count= 902500, time = 7 count=1000000, time = 7 count= 0, time = 16 count= 100000, time = 17 count= 200800, time = 18 count= 300200, time = 16 count= 403100, time = 22 count= 497400, time = 16 count= 602900, time = 16 count= 700700, time = 15 count= 797500, time = 15 count= 902500, time = 16 count=1000000, time = 16 in the example above is declared at file scope.

The initializer must then be a constant expression, so it cannot contain a function call.

In C you could do this as a templated overloaded function call (probably for operator[]), but C doesn't have such features.

Edit: Here's the example I was talking about, from the Berkeley CAD array package (glu 1.4 edition).

Const may not have been part of original C, but the macro pre-processor goes way back.

One place where I've seen it used is in an array package that used macros for bound-checked array accesses.

Now that you are convinced (I really hope you do) about the fact that assignment operators are useful, here's a list of operators that have a corresponding binary operator: The first five operators in the list we've already discussed in our tutorials so far.

The last five are bitwise operators, and we'll be discussing them in one of our upcoming tutorials.

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