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Hi all,
i am having problem with this code
class abc{
public static void main(String args[]){
int i=0;
int []a={3,6};
a[i]=i=9;
System.out.println(i+""+a[0]+""+a[1]);
}
}
as the assignment operator works from right to left ,this shud give arrayout of bound error.But it runs smoothly!!
 
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Puneet,
The array access expression is evaluated before the assignment of 9 to i.
Jerry
 
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Hi Puneet
The assignment operator works from left to right. First any variable on left need to complete before you assign the left value. Read JSL.
Answer: a[0] = i = 9; , So it will print 996
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