Hi,everyone. I am confused with the questions below. Can someone help me?

Which of these statements are true?

(a) Any expression can be used as a statement in C++.

(b) The expression x++ can be used as a statement.

(c) The statement x = x + 5 is also an expression.

(d) The statement x = y = x = 0 is illegal.

Which of these statements are true?

(a) Any expression can be used as a statement in C++.

(b) The expression x++ can be used as a statement.

(c) The statement x = x + 5 is also an expression.

(d) The statement x = y = x = 0 is illegal.

> (a) Any expression can be used as a statement in C++.

Yes, as an expression statement with a semicolon at its end; (the expression is a discarded value expression).

> (b) The expression x++ can be used as a statement.

> (c) The statement x = x + 5 is also an expression.

`x++` is an expression and `x++`**;** is a statement (an expression statement, note the semicolon).

`x = x + 5`**;** appearing by itself is a full statement terminated by a semicolon, it is not an expression.

`x = x + 5` is an expression

> (d) The statement x = y = x = 0 is illegal.

To make it a syntactically valid statement, add a semicolon at the end`x = y = x = 0`**;**

Note:

If x is an object of a scalar type, evaluating`x = y = x = 0` engenders undefined behaviour prior to C++17.

Yes, as an expression statement with a semicolon at its end; (the expression is a discarded value expression).

> (b) The expression x++ can be used as a statement.

> (c) The statement x = x + 5 is also an expression.

> (d) The statement x = y = x = 0 is illegal.

To make it a syntactically valid statement, add a semicolon at the end

Note:

If x is an object of a scalar type, evaluating

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