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Increment/Decrement operators

, 2 Mar 2010 CPOL
When incrementing or decrementing a variable, favor prefix operators over postfix operators if you do not need the value of the expression.Example:void foo(std::vector intvec){ for (std::vector::iterator it = intvec.begin(); it != intvec.end(); ++it) { // do something ...
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