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Our strategy for print is going to be roughly as follows: put the value in the buffer unless the buffer is already full, in which case we must print the entire line containing this value. When printing that line empties the buffer, we have ended a page. Note that the values do not come out of the buffer in the same sequence they went in: we receive values by columns but must print them by rows. That leaves open the question of whether rows or columns should be adjacent in the buffer; we arbitrarily choose to make the elements of a column adjacent.
And , specify an order of evaluation. right operand only if necessary. b: c evaluates a first, and then evaluates eitherb or c, depending on the value of a. t All other C operators evaluate their operands in undefined order. In particular, the assignment operators do not make any guarantees about evaluation order. The && and :: operators applied in the right sequence. are important for ensuring For instance, in that tests are (y 1= 0 && x/y > tolerance) complain ( ) ; if it is essential to evaluate x/y only if y is nonzero.
It assumes too much about order of evaluation: = i 0; while (i < n) y[i] = x[i++]; The trouble is that there is no guarantee that the address of y [ i) will be evaluated before i is incremented. On some implementations, it will; on others, it won't. Commas that separate function arguments are not comma operators. For example, x and y are fetched in undefined order in f(x,Y}, but not in g( (x,Y)). In the latter example, g has one argument. The value of that argument is determined by evaluating x, discarding its value, and then evaluating y.
C Traps and Pitfalls by Andrew Koenig