Increment and decrement operators is an actively used design pattern created in 1969. Increment and decrement operators are unary operators that add or subtract one, to or from their operand, respectively. They are commonly implemented in imperative programming languages. C-like languages feature two versions (pre- and post-) of each operator with slightly different semantics. Read more on Wikipedia...

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Languages with Increment and decrement operators include c, go, java, javascript, php

Example from javascript:

let i = 0
i++
i--

Last updated July 8th, 2019