int32 a = 1; int32 b = ++a;
So am I the only one who thinks this is just too confusing?
You are declaring 2 integers, but the declaration of the second then overrides the declaration of the first.
Why would you allow coding to do this?
What if you need the original value of a?
I guess you can do
int32 a = 1; int32 b = a +1 ;
So then why bother with a ++ method?
And again why use += instead of just +?