digitalmars.D - Re: The new ?? and ??? operators
- Arlen Albert Keshabyan <arlen.albert gmail.com> Sep 24 2007
Stewart Gordon Wrote:"Arlen Albert Keshabyan" <arlen.albert gmail.com> wrote in message news:fd6ee0$nd4$1 digitalmars.com...Stewart Gordon Wrote:"Arlen Albert Keshabyan" <arlen.albert gmail.com> wrote in message news:fd68lm$f4r$1 digitalmars.com...A a = APointer1 ?? APointer2 ?? APointer3; the line above is equal to the line below: A a = APointer1 != null ??? APointer2 != null ??? APointer3 != null ??? null;
Not by the way you specified it. The first would assign to a an actual object reference; the second would try to assign a boolean value.
No. The code lines do the same thing anyway.
Which same thing - evaluating to a boolean or evaluating to an object reference? Are you going to supply a corrected version of your proposal? Stewart. -- My e-mail address is valid but not my primary mailbox. Please keep replies on the 'group where everybody may benefit.
It evaluates to an object reference.
Sep 24 2007