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Can anyone explain the following output of the code?


Can anyone explain the following output of the code?

By : Scotty
Date : October 25 2020, 07:10 AM
I wish this help you This is the result of an out of range conversion. In this case, an attempt is made to store a value out of the range of an int in an int. Because int is signed, the conversion happens in an implementation defined way.
On a system using two's complement representation of negative numbers, this typically means that the value wraps around which is what you're seeing here.
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Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
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Explain the output of following code?

Explain the output of following code?


By : Abhi Bhardwaj Rohan
Date : October 31 2020, 05:38 PM
hope this fix your issue When you make a recursive call, you do not transfer control over to the function being called forever. If there is some unfinished work in the function making the call, it would get control back to finish the unfinished work once the recursive invocation is over.
In your case, the "unfinished business" is the last printf call. There are three invocations of count. Once the third invocation exits, the second one prints d, which is 4, and exits. This, in turn, gives control back to the first invocation, which prints 4 again.
expected output and the practical output not matching, please explain the logic behind the code

expected output and the practical output not matching, please explain the logic behind the code


By : LeoT
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will help you You are printing the addresses of three string constants. The compiler is under no obligation to organize the string constants in any predictable fashion.
The compiler is required to provide an array of pointers. The array can be accessed sequentially to obtain addresses of the string constants, but the string constants may be stored in any location which the compiler deems efficient or useful.
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F D N
104431486 104431492 104431495
Please explain the output of following C code

Please explain the output of following C code


By : ion.
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
may help you . Code : , This is undefined behaviour from bad sequencing. On this line:
Explain the How the following output came for following code in C++

Explain the How the following output came for following code in C++


By : Alam Zaib
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it helps some times , First of all in this while loop:
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