The comma operator groups left-to-right.
A pair of expressions separated by a comma is evaluated left-to-right; the left expression is a discarded-value expression. Every value computation and side effect associated with the left expression is sequenced before every value computation and side effect associated with the right expression. The type and value of the result are the type and value of the right operand; the result is of the same value category as its right operand, and is a bit-field if its right operand is a bit-field. If the right operand is a temporary expression ([class.temporary]), the result is a temporary expression.
In contexts where comma is given a special meaning, [ Example: in lists of arguments to functions ([expr.call]) and lists of initializers ([dcl.init]) — end example ] the comma operator as described in Clause [expr] can appear only in parentheses. [ Example:
f(a, (t=3, t+2), c);
has three arguments, the second of which has the value 5. — end example ]