It was introduced in the original version of JSLint and has remained in both tools since. It is not present in JSHint. In JSLint the warning given is "Unexpected '++'" (or "Unexpected '--'")In ESLint the message has always been "Unary operator '++' used" (or "Unary operator '--' used") The situations that produce the warning have not changed despite changes to the text of the warning itself. When do I get this error? The "Unexpected '++'" error, and the alternative "Unary operator '++' used", is thrown when JSLint or ESLint encounters a use of the increment or decrement operators.
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