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    Don't even bother yourself with it, unless you plan on doing coding in the future.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Whiskey. View Post
    I think it's != , not =!.
    Yeah this.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Psychotic View Post


    Yeah this.
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    DEAR MOTHER OF FUCKING GOD GUYS.

    != is the valid expression. != is not equal to.

    a=!b is the assignment operator then the negation operator. If you seperate the tokens, it becomes a lot cleaer (a = !b).
    So

    if(y=!false) {}
    will always execute, no matter what y is equal to. You assign 'y' to !x, !(false), is evauluted as true.

    if( (y=!false) ) {} is if(y = true){}, which, as an expression is always true.

    Sure y=!false compiles, but it doesn't do anything like what you think it does. Seriously, slap yourselfs in the face for having this large of a discussion over this nonsense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by comando2056 View Post


    Both are the same for everything that it applies to I believe.

    No :S Your tests weren't done properly. In the second bit, you assign y to !NULL, or !(0) or !false, which is true.

    Test=!NULL is
    Test=!(0) is
    Test=!false is
    Test=true

    is if(Test = true) {this will always execute, because you are evauluating the expression (Test = true), which is evaluated as an expression as true.

    (y in my debugger is initally true (it wasn't initilized by the first picture), but after the assignment operation at the breakpoint, it was assigned to false.)


    Read my explanation above.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jetamay View Post
    DEAR MOTHER OF FUCKING GOD GUYS.

    != is the valid expression. != is not equal to.

    a=!b is the assignment operator then the negation operator. If you seperate the tokens, it becomes a lot cleaer (a = !b).
    So

    if(y=!false) {}
    will always execute, no matter what y is equal to. You assign 'y' to !x, !(false), is evauluted as true.

    if( (y=!false) ) {} is if(y = true){}, which, as an expression is always true.

    Sure y=!false compiles, but it doesn't do anything like what you think it does. Seriously, slap yourselfs in the face for having this large of a discussion over this nonsense.

    ---------- Post added at 01:47 AM ---------- Previous post was at 01:36 AM ----------


    No :S Your tests weren't done properly. In the second bit, you assign y to !NULL, or !(0) or !false, which is true.

    Test=!NULL is
    Test=!(0) is
    Test=!false is
    Test=true

    is if(Test = true) {this will always execute, because you are evauluating the expression (Test = true), which is evaluated as an expression as true.

    (y in my debugger is initally true (it wasn't initilized by the first picture), but after the assignment operation at the breakpoint, it was assigned to false.)


    Read my explanation above.
    Don't know why you went through all that just to explain to people that it's the right expression.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Jetamay View Post
    DEAR MOTHER OF FUCKING GOD GUYS.
    Quote Originally Posted by Jetamay View Post

    != is the valid expression. != is not equal to.

    a=!b is the assignment operator then the negation operator. If you seperate the tokens, it becomes a lot cleaer (a = !b).
    So

    if(y=!false) {}
    will always execute, no matter what y is equal to. You assign 'y' to !x, !(false), is evauluted as true.

    if( (y=!false) ) {} is if(y = true){}, which, as an expression is always true.

    Sure y=!false compiles, but it doesn't do anything like what you think it does. Seriously, slap yourselfs in the face for having this large of a discussion over this nonsense.

    ---------- Post added at 01:47 AM ---------- Previous post was at 01:36 AM ----------


    No :S Your tests weren't done properly. In the second bit, you assign y to !NULL, or !(0) or !false, which is true.

    Test=!NULL is
    Test=!(0) is
    Test=!false is
    Test=true

    is if(Test = true) {this will always execute, because you are evauluating the expression (Test = true), which is evaluated as an expression as true.

    (y in my debugger is initally true (it wasn't initilized by the first picture), but after the assignment operation at the breakpoint, it was assigned to false.)


    Read my explanation above.


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