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    Re: Why p++ is faster than p=p+1 ?

    This is so because in the case of p++:
    The CPU takes the value of p in it and keep the value 1 to another regiser now it add the both of the value and store the new value of p in place reserved for...
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    Hello

    Hello members i am new to this page
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