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Can you explain me how the static works in this example?  RSS feed

 
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The reason why you are getting the value of j as 4 is because ....in the following line :



you used an Conditional OR Operator ..this operator exhibit "short-circuiting" behavior, which means that the second operand is evaluated only if needed. In this case the first condition is i< 10 which is true ...so it won't check the second operand.....and that's the reason why you are getting the value of j as 4....

Hope this is the answer to your question...
 
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Howdy shoeb, welcome to JavaRanch
Please UseCodeTags when you post a source code in future. It's unnecessarily hard to read the code otherwise.
For now, I've added the code tags on your post for you.
 
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Hey thanks

i would remember that next time
 
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