Thought foolishly and forgot that j will be incremented in the next line. I got it. Thanks anyways.
Regards, Jothi Shankar Kumar. S
Joined: Aug 03, 2002
Making a mistake is not foolish, it is a necessary part of the learning experience. But if you do believe that a piece of code is not correct, then compile and run it first, then you at least know if the problem is with the code or with your own thinking.
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