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Language: C++
Expertise: Advanced
Feb 13, 2001

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Comma Separated Expressions in Function Calls


Can you tell the difference between the following function calls?
 
f(a,b);
g((a,b)); // how many arguments are being passed to g?

In the first example, the function f() is called with two arguments: a and b. In the second example, the extra pair of parentheses indicates that the innermost expression is not an argument list but rather a <a href=
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