I had a quiestain on one of the mock exams I'm doing on which are "Shorcut Circuit" operators.
1. & 2. | 3. ||
I thought I knew what the shortcut circuit oprators means: If the left side is true, we don't avaluate the right side.
I gave the answer | and || BUT the test gave the answer & and ||. How come & is a shortcut circuit operator? When we have: if(true & false) we still have to avaluate the right side and the result will be false.