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Equivalent of += for prefixing Equivalent of += for prefixing Is there a bit of syntactic sugar for prefixing data to the beginning of a string in a
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1681065/equivalent-of-for-prefixing
operator += overload, why const? operator += overload, why const? Possible Duplicate: What is the meaning of a const at end of a member function?
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4164892/operator-overload-why-const
is foo += 1 considered functional? is foo += 1 considered functional? Was thinking of creating a CONS function to create a list, but then realized
http://stackoverflow.com/question...985/is-foo-1-considered-functional
The difference between += and =+ The difference between += and =+ I've misplaced += with =+ one to many times, and I think I keep forgetting because
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6958401/the-difference-between-and
defining operator + , = and += defining operator + , = and += I once read the following statement from a C++ notes, In C++, defining operator + and =
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5370388/defining-operator-and
Implicit conversion while using += operator? Implicit conversion while using += operator? Conside the following code: int main() { signed char a =
http://stackoverflow.com/question...it-conversion-while-using-operator
What exactly does += do in python? What exactly does += do in python? Possible Duplicate: What does plus equals (+=) do in Python? I need to know
http://stackoverflow.com/question...436/what-exactly-does-do-in-python
= 42; i += 1; is easier to read. Also you can add arbitrary amounts using +=, whereas ++ is strictly increment by one. ++ is much better way…rather
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6415569/difference-in-and-in-c
support +=, in-place modification won't occur :-) The subtle point is there's no guarantee that a mutable object supporting += will do in-place modification
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/823561/what-does-mean-in-python
List of String implicit conversions like += List of String implicit conversions like += Consider the following snippet. += is not a member of
http://stackoverflow.com/question...f-string-implicit-conversions-like