Difference between i++ and (i)++ in C

Difference between i++ and (i)++ in C


int i = 3;
int j = (i)++;


int i = 3;

int j = i ++;

Though both of the above examples store 3 in j, is there a difference between how the above two cases are evaluated?

Since i is an int, do the () cause the first case to be evaluated as an expression, which would be equivalent to incrementing an rvalue? Or is it undefined behaviour and just happens to store 3 in j?

Or am I overthinking it and its just a simple postfix?

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