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By damn_T_T, history, 3 years ago, In English

Here line 12 and 14 should output the same value (expected output 1)

But why when I call range(i,mn,mx) it outputs 0?

 
 
 
 
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3 years ago, # |
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you should write

#define range(i,mn,mx) (((i) >= mn) && ((i) <= mx)?1:0)

instead of

#define range(i,mn,mx) ((i >= mn) && (i <= mx)?1:0)
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    why ?

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      If you write #define range(i,mn,mx) ((i >= mn) && (i <= mx)?1:0) then range(x||y,0,1) will be like ((x||y >= mn) && (x||y <= mx)?1:0) => ((x||(y >= mn)) && (x||(y <= mx))?1:0)