From: Rene Rivera (grafik666_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-07-02 12:02:10
[2002-07-02] Vladimir Prus wrote:
>Rene Rivera wrote:
>> [2002-07-02] Vladimir Prus wrote:
>> >Rene Rivera wrote:
>> >> Getting at subelements is bit tricky, but jam doesn't have an easy way
>> >> l0 = [ $(l).at 0 ] ;
>> >> ECHO [ $(l0).at 0 ] ; # >> 1
>> >Can we make this work without second level lists?
>> > l0 = [ $(l).at 0 ] ;
>> > ECHO $(l0) ;
>> >I'm quite happy with jam lists, and most rules now take jam lists.
>> >level list is a little bit overkill for my task.
>> The closest you can get to that is:
>> $(l0) = $($(l).self.value) ;
>> ECHO $($(l0).self.value) ;
>> I think that will work. Maybe Dave has some better syntax up his sleeve
>> when it comes to class'es ;-)
>I'm thinking that we probably can wrap values in some class when putting it
>to container and unwrapping it when extracting.... ?
Hmmm... How about extending the "at" accessor to allow the dereferencing
directly like so:
ECHO [ $(l).at 0 : 1 ] ; # >> 2
That seems as simple a syntax, also looks like multi-dimensional arrays :-)
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