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What is the prefix and postfix in c#

Posted By :NATHAN ISRAEL     Posted Date :October 11, 2011    Points :40   Category :C# 
++ and -- operators can be used as prefix and postfix.

num2=++num1 //num1=4, num2=4

The Compiler will first increment num1 by and then will assign it to num2

num2=num1++ //num1=4, num2=3

The Compiler will first assign num1 to num2 and then increment num1 by 1

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