- Posted On 31 July 2014
- In Programming
In this post I will share some information about incremental operator ++ of C#. In many interviews this question has been already asked and still it is one of the favorite question for some of the interviewers i.e. What is the difference between i++ and ++I in C#?
So let’s check what the difference is.
In both the cases value of “i” gets incremented but the difference is i++ - It’s a type of post increment. When you write i++ it means “give me the value of i and then increment its value”, on the other hand ++i means “increment the value of i and then give me the updated value”.
Let’s understand using some example.
If you write a code like below.
int i = 2; int j= 2; int k = i++; int l = ++j;
In above case, at the end, values of i,j,k and l will be like following
i = 3
j = 3
l = 3
So by above example you can easily understand how pre increment and post increment works.
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