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Field struct->field var = value expression++ expression-++expression --expression & object * pointer - expression Meaning and value of result Example The value associated with that identifier. (See Identifiers) The value defined with this constant (See Constants). Integer constant. Floating constant id character constant string literal Define tables or structure data Access the position “index” of the given array. (Function Call) See function with variable number of arguments Call the function whose machine address is in the pointer fn.

Function Call) See function with variable number of arguments Call the function whose machine address is in the pointer fn. Access the member of the structure Access the member of the structure through a pointer Assign to the variable42 the value of the right hand side of the equals sign. (Assignment) Equivalent to expression = expression + 1. Increment expression after using its value. (See Postfix). Equivalent to expression = expression – 1. Decrement expression after using its value. (See Postfix).

This can be quite difficult to do manually with “if”s. o Cases of type other than int, or ranges of values can’t be specified with the switch statement, contrary to other languages like Pascal, that allow a range here. e. you can write a whole switch within a case statement), but this makes the code unreadable and is not recommended. inline This instructs the compiler to replicate the body of a function at each call site. For instance: int inline f(int a) { return a+1;} Then: int a = f(b)+f(c); will be equivalent to writing: int a = (b+1)+(c+1); • Note that this expansion is realized in the lcc-win32 compiler only when optimizations are ON.

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