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By Abinash, 7 years ago, In English

I found misof to use Compound Operator <?= and <? in his Code

Eryx also use those in his Code

I don't understand what ** <?= and <?** means ?

How they works ?

 
 
 
 
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A <?= B equals to A = std::min(A, B) and A <? B is std::min(A, B)

But be careful. This operators aren't from C++ standart. Using them you can get compilation error.

UPD It's an old gcc extension. Now they are removed from compiler.

The G++ minimum and maximum operators (<? and >?) and their compound forms (<?=) and >?=) have been deprecated and are now removed from G++. Code using these operators should be modified to use std::min and std::max instead.

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