Are there any situations where there can be two or more postfix operators after a term of an expression? (As in: A ++ ++; but this is not valid due to type issues.) (If so, I was just wondering if the right-to-left evaluation rule for unary operators still applies, so that if a, b, c, d are unary operators, and X was a term, then: a b X c d would have the evaluation order d, c, b, a, or (a (b ((X d) c))). Notice the last two, c and d, changing positions.)