What does this mean in C# =-?
I am confuse in what is the function of that in C#: =- ??
Can please someone help me and explain to me what it does in C#?
Thanks in advance
I'm pretty sure =- is not a C# operator. It's just doing = then -
foo = -foo; // negate a number
please dont double post
can you explain to me a bit more in detail what does it mean to negate a number? let's say foo = 4 ; what would foo = -foo, now mean?
it means that its the opposite of what it is
lets say a = 4
foo = -a //foo = -4
a = -a //a = -4
foo = -a // foo = 4
int foo = 4;
// foo is 4 (positive 4)
foo = -foo;
// foo is -4 (negative 4)
Thank you DTScode and Disch for taking the time to answer this question. Thank you for the support. I understand it now
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