Hi, I have recently started to read some C++ books, and i came across this in the "C++ for dummies"(obviously apt for myself) the following example on Mixed Mode Expressions.
So i wrote a little output to test, and i cannot seem to get anything other than 1 as my output. Is this correct?
// in the following expression the value of nValue1
// is converted into a double before performing the
int nValue1 = 1;
nValue1 + 1.0;
I would of expected from the comments from the book excerpt above suggest that the integer is converted to a float either as, 1.0 or perhaps if i squint hard it should of returned an integer of 2.
So can anyone explain what I've interpreted or coded incorrect and shed some light on the subject.?
using namespace std;
int main (int nNumberofArgs, char* pszArgs )
int nValue = 1;
nValue + 1.0;
cout << nValue << endl;