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    Mix Integers and Single Expressions

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    You can mix integers and non-integers in a single expression. For example: 123."A" = "123A" "4A"+123 = 127, "5.5" + 5 = 10 Non-integers are converted to integers as required by the operators. The non-integer converts to an integer starting with the left-most character and continuing until encountering a non-numeric character. In the second example above, "4A" converts to 4; in the third example, "5.5" converts to 5.
    Question: What is the value of "1.2"+3.4?

    A. 46.2
    B. 154
    C. 4.6
    D. 44
    E. 4.4
    F. None of the above

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