On Monday, 31 October 2016 at 07:27:50 UTC, Ali Çehreli wrote:
Is the only valid remaining use for the comma operator the 'for' loop iteration?

for ( ; ; ++i, ++j) {
    // ...

Are there other uses?

The changelog shows it can be used for an expression statement:

  // This is okay, the result is not used.
  if (!mc)
    mc = new MyContainerClass, mc.append(new Entry);

I've made a pull to improve the comma examples, e.g. adding brackets (mc = ...), mc.append and removing unnecessary statements:


Would be good if someone could review and merge.

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