From: joel de guzman (isis-tech_at_[hidden])
Date: 2001-05-30 20:34:28
From: "Greg Colvin":
> > typeof(expression) var = expression;
Yes of course, but tedious and error prone.
So people will use the #define to:
#define DefineRule(rule, expr) ....
There must be a better way using typeof and declaring
infered types. That would eliminate virtual functions
totally in Spirit.
> > ... but it's a real pain to type :).
> Hasn't C eliminated or at least deprecated implicit int?
> In which case, can't the suntax just be
> var = expression;
I dreamed about that too but I guess it will reintroduce
the problems of implicit ints. Comments?
Joel de Guzman
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