Happy Canada Day everyone! I’m back from a fabulous week in California and looking forward to taking a break from giving PowerPoint presentations.
Today, to follow up on my recent series on string concatenation, here’s a fairly easy little puzzle. I have a perfectly ordinary local variable:
string s = "";
Can you come up with some code that parses as a legal expression such that the statements
s = s + your_expression;
s += your_expression;
are both legal but produce completely different results in
s? Post your proposals in the comments and I’ll give my answer later this week.