This will be consider as single token, because compiler apply greedy approach for performing tokenization, it will try to include more character in token if possible.
@ Shubhanshu Thanks it helps :) /\
@Harish Kumar 2 I think there is nothing like priority in tokenization.
While performing tokenization, Compiler use greedy approach and tries to include more token if possible,
Then tokens are :-
Even you can run on ide
a = 10;
b = 10;
printf("Hello World %d \nval of a = %d\nval of b = %d", (a+++b), a, b);
Hello World 20
val of a = 11
val of b = 10
@Harish Kumar 2 now it is correct.
@sahil you can see my response sheet...