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Consider the following C program:
int fun ( int * i ) {
    *i += 5;
    return 4;
}

void main ( ) {
    int x = 3;
    x = x + fun ( &x );
}

Question:
What is the value of the variable x after the execution of the assignment-statement in the main () function, if using the concept:
1. "Left-to-right operand evaluation order ".
2. "Right-to-left operand evaluation order ".

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1).
If left-to-right evaluation order is assumed, then:
• in the final assignment from main function, x = 3 (initial value received in main) + fun(&3) (which returns...

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