return expr and if expr - (nf)

adm at cbneb.UUCP adm at cbneb.UUCP
Thu May 17 00:21:35 AEST 1984

cbnap!whp    May 16 10:07:00 1984

In the C language reference manual, under the section of Unary Operators,
it says:
Expressions with unary operators group right to left.

Does anyone know what this means?  It might mean that "if x ++ y;",
if legal, would be parsed as "if (x) ++y;", but I'm not sure.

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