write single statement in C language

first reduce the value A by 1, then find the sum of A and B, then increment the value of B by 1. and assign to the C.??

thats question

I solve like this tell me this is correct.

C= --A + B++

write single statement in C language

first reduce the value A by 1, then find the sum of A and B, then increment the value of B by 1. and assign to the C.??

thats question

I solve like this tell me this is correct.

C= --A + B++

a–;

b++;

c=a+b;

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```
#include <stdio.h>
int main(void) {
int a, b, c;
a=10, b=10;
c=--a+(++b);
printf("%d", c);
return 0;
}
```

c=–a+(++b);

if you do `c=--a+b++;`

value of `b`

is incremented after assigment operation not before so you have to do it `++b`

, if you do it `c=--a+++b`

; it gives error, so just use parentheses like `c=--a+(++b);`

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but dear top of the question ask me write a single statement??

ok got it thank you dear

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