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Answer : prints 61433 I've tested this prog. and indeed it prints 61433 ; I just don't know why he prints the last 3 because at that time x=3 and the loop should stop, no ? Stupid question but I just don't get it...
Kristof, the first time it prints 3 the value of success is 1, the second iteration the (x != 3) returns false however (success < 2) return true, which allows one more iteration of the loop, thus printing 3 and then exiting. Hope this helps.
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Yes... I guess I was blind for a moment thanx !
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