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What is the difference between ++a and a++?

'++a' is called prefix increment. First, the value stored in the variable 'a' gets incremented and then gets assigned to the same variable. 


Whereas, 'a++' is called postfix increment. The value stored in the variable 'a' gets incremented after the execution of the particular line.

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