On 6/4/14, 2:37 PM, Craig Dillabaugh wrote:
On Wednesday, 4 June 2014 at 18:14:22 UTC, Adam D. Ruppe wrote:
On Wednesday, 4 June 2014 at 18:03:48 UTC, Ary Borenszweig wrote:
clip


void main() {
        var a = 10;
        var b = "20";
        b += a;
        b -= 4;
        import std.stdio;
        writeln(b);

        b = [1,2,3];
        b[0] *= "5";
        writeln(b);

        b = var.emptyObject;
        b.foo = (var a) {
                foreach(i; 0 .. a.get!int)
                        writeln("Hello");
        };

        b.foo()(5); // would be nice if @property worked!
}

26
[5, 2, 3]
Hello
Hello
Hello
Hello
Hello


Of course, sometimes the type still matters, like the a.get!int in
there, but oh well.

But shouldn't the '26' be '1016'?

That should only occur when the concatenation operator (~) is used, in which case the result would be '2006' not '1016'. Since only arithmetic operators are used in this example, the result is as expected.

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