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[moved] C programming for comparing logic

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is this a wright way to write

if(count_dd==0 && count_ee==2 && mt==1)

in C code or I have to write

if((count_dd==0) && (count_ee==2) && (mt==1))
 

Review your favourite C text book for operator precedence to answer the question

 

Priority in first expression have the same result as the second one.
Have you tried it and had any problem?
I don't think so.
 

Both the statements are correct, but second one is clear and neat.

As per the operator precedence the conditional operator checks first
i.e ==
then logical AND &&
 

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