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usage of " >?= " in topcoder programs | Reply
Hi,
I am seeing symbols like >?= and >? in many topcoder c++ programs.
When compiled it is throwing error. This looks entirely new for me.
Can anyone explain this please?
Re: usage of " >?= " in topcoder programs (response to post by muthu4u) | Reply
a >?= b;
a = b>? c;
means what? it is not compiling also in topcoder coding area. but many topcoders use these kind of expressions. It would great if someone answers. I am going mad :-)
Re: usage of " >?= " in topcoder programs (response to post by muthu4u) | Reply
can you also post the link. I am curious as well.
Re: usage of " >?= " in topcoder programs (response to post by besabestin) | Reply
https://community.topcoder.com/stat?c=problem_solution&cr=262936&rd=4710&pm=1996
https://community.topcoder.com/stat?c=problem_solution&rm=130698&rd=4710&pm=1996&cr=270505

i think a <=? b means a = a<b ? a : b; but compiler showing error.>
Re: usage of " >?= " in topcoder programs (response to post by muthu4u) | Reply
Those are the minimum and maximum operator, see https://gcc.gnu.org/onlinedocs/gcc-3.4.3/gcc/Min-and-Max.html

I think they stopped working a while ago when TopCoder switched to a newer version of gcc.
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