The increment operator is a special case of addition, and adds the fixed value
1 to a variable. This cannot be used on literals or constant variables. This operator is a single instruction by itself and can only be used on one variable at a time.
- Increases the given variable by 1 and returns the variable's previous value.
- Increases the given variable by 1 and returns the variable's new value.
- Increases the given variable by the value of the given number.
got one more
There was one more
1 to the variable
FiM and then to
Pinkie Pie, and then adds
Its Java equivalent is as follows:
FiM++; ++PinkiePie; PinkiePie += 15;