I want my good old times back.
Now get off my lawn.
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> if (a = b) assigns the contents of b to a and executes the code following if b 0. Who the hell thought that would be a good idea?
There are indeed times it is useful but I 100% agree, using the _same_ syntax as assignment was full retard.
The same syntax as what exactly? = is just assignment, nothing else.
They should of used:
You should of used "have". And your proposal is utter crap.
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