On Friday, 30 May 2014 at 04:21:18 UTC, Jesse Phillips wrote:
I've got two posts complete. Since C++ and D are exactly the
same for the majority of the code I'm only showing D and talk
of C++'s choice. While the rules governing D's behavior are
fairly simple I feel that I've expanded on the content enough
to provide useful information beyond fixing C++'s problems.
What do you mean "D does not provide a decltype"?
typeof(cx) my_cx2 = cx;