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reply Kyle Furlong <kylefurlong gmail.com> writes:
How did it go? :-)
Jan 21 2007
parent reply Walter Bright <newshound digitalmars.com> writes:
Kyle Furlong wrote:
 How did it go? :-)

I've been told it went over well. The video is supposed to go up on google video at some point.
Jan 21 2007
parent reply Bill Baxter <dnewsgroup billbaxter.com> writes:
Walter Bright wrote:
 Kyle Furlong wrote:
 How did it go? :-)

I've been told it went over well. The video is supposed to go up on google video at some point.

Slides from the talk are up now. http://www.nwcpp.org/Meetings/2007/01.html --bb
Jan 26 2007
parent Frits van Bommel <fvbommel REMwOVExCAPSs.nl> writes:
Bill Baxter wrote:
 Walter Bright wrote:
 Kyle Furlong wrote:
 How did it go? :-)

I've been told it went over well. The video is supposed to go up on google video at some point.

Slides from the talk are up now. http://www.nwcpp.org/Meetings/2007/01.html

From the section on expression tuples: """ It can be used to create an array literal: alias Tuple!(3, 7, 6) AT; ... int[] a = [AT]; // same as [3,7,6] """ I was surprised to read this, as I tried that very thing just yesterday and it didn't work. I have now investigated further. My findings: ----- import std.stdio; alias Tuple!(1,2,3) AT; void main() { int[] foo_dyn_local = [AT]; // works int[3] foo_static_local = [AT]; // works writefln(foo_dyn_local); writefln(foo_static_local); // writefln(foo_dyn_global); // writefln(foo_static_global); } // Error: cannot implicitly convert expression (tuple1,2,3) // of type (int, int, int) to int //int[] foo_dyn_global = [AT]; // Error: cannot implicitly convert expression (tuple1,2,3) // of type (int, int, int) to int //int[3] foo_static_global = [AT]; ----- Why does this only work at function scope?
Jan 27 2007