troubleshooting Question

Does && take precedence?

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I want to use this simple code:

            if (employeeID == null && yearEligible != null || employeeID != null && yearEligible == null)

because I believe it is the same as:

            if ((employeeID == null && yearEligible != null) || (employeeID != null && yearEligible == null))

is that true?

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