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The pre-decrement form of the operator (––expression) subtracts 1 from expression and returns the result. The post-decrement form of the operator (expression––) subtracts 1 from the expression and returns the initial value of expression (the value prior to the subtraction). Example The pre-decrement form of the operator decrements x to 2 (x - 1 = 2), and returns the result as y: x = 3; y = --x; //y is equal to 2 The post-decrement form of the operator decrements x to 2 (x value of x as the result y: - 1 = 2), and returns the original x = 3; y = x-//y is equal to 3 ActionScript Dictionary 41 ++ (increment) Availability Flash Player 4.
If either or both expressions are floating-point numbers, the product is a floating-point number. Example The following statement multiplies the integers 2 and 3: 2 * 3 The result is 6, which is an integer. 1416. 2832, which is a floating-point number. *= (multiplication assignment) Availability Flash Player 4. Usage expression1 *= expression2 Parameters None. Returns Nothing. Description Operator (arithmetic compound assignment); assigns expression1 the value of expression1 expression2. For example, the following two expressions are the same: * x *= y x = x * y Example The following example assigns the value 50 to the variable x.
Returns Nothing. Description Operator (arithmetic); used for negating or subtracting. Usage 1: When used for negating, it reverses the sign of the numerical expression. Usage 2: When used for subtracting, it performs an arithmetic subtraction on two numerical expressions, subtracting expression2 from expression1. When both expressions are integers, the difference is an integer. When either or both expressions are floating-point numbers, the difference is a floating-point number. Example Usage 1: The following statement reverses the sign of the expression 2 + 3.
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