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2.4.3 Auto-Increment and Decrement

The auto-increment and auto-decrement operators in Perl work almost identically to the corresponding operators in C, C++, or Java. Here are few examples:

use strict; my $abc = 5; my $efg = $abc-- + 5; # $abc is now 4, but $efg is 10 my $hij = ++$efg - --$abc; # $efg is 11, $abc is 3, $hij is 8




 
 
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