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General Discussion

quiz doubt

Use the compact form of division to divide unstable by 3

int unstable = 25; unstable -= 5; unstable++; unstable--; unstable 3;

Which quiz is this?

1 Answer

Ok, I saw from your other posts which quiz it is.

The compact form for division is similar to the subtraction you show above in your second statement.

unstable /= 3;

unstable -= 5 is short for unstable = unstable - 5 This is saying, "take the current value of unstable and subtract 5 from it. Then store that value back in unstable

It's the same idea with division.