2.1.20 [ECMA-262/6] Section Runtime Semantics: Evaluation

V0049: The reference is retrieved twice

The specification states: Runtime Semantics: Evaluation
     UnaryExpression : ++ UnaryExpression
         1.  Let expr be the result of evaluating UnaryExpression.
         2.  Let oldValue be ToNumber(GetValue(expr)).
         3.  ReturnIfAbrupt(oldValue).
         4.  Let newValue be the result of adding the value 1 to oldValue, using the same 
             rules as for the + operator (see 12.7.5).
         5.  Let status be PutValue(expr, newValue).
         6.  ReturnIfAbrupt(status).
         7.  Return newValue.

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Between steps 3 and 4, the following steps are added:

    a. If Type(expr) is a Reference and if IsUnresolvableReference(_expr_) is false:

       1.  Assert: expr is a reference to an Environment Record.

       2.  Let hs be the result of evaluating an Identifier _id_ whose StringValue is GetReferencedName(expr) as if _id_ were a LeftHandSideExpression.

       3.  ReturnIfAbrupt(expr);

As a result, the reference is retrieved twice.