is evaluation order defined, and evaluation of conditionals
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Mon Jun 25 23:56:44 EDT 2012
On Monday, June 25, 2012, Jerry Jensen wrote:
> This behavior is guaranteed in the C language, but I don't know about
> guarantees in LiveCode. In C, similarly if "or" is used instead of "and",
> if the first part evaluates to "true", the second is NOT called. Again, I
> dunno about LiveCode. Exercise left to the reader (or somebody who knows!)
wow. It's guaranteed to not be called?
OK, I retract my guess.
Then again, I guess that comes to the different purposes of C and modern
Fortran (I'm not sure what I said applies to F90; maybe F95 & later).
Modern Fortan is designed for massive parallelism for math; offering to do
things in order would be counterproductive).
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