On Wednesday, 30 August 2017 at 23:45:13 UTC, data pulverizer wrote:

typeid() will give you the run-time type while typeof() gives the declared (compile time) type, typeid(typeof()) will not give you the run-time type - which in our case is what we want if we are using sub-typing polymorphism.


Ah, news to me.

Also, I have pushed my branch of the distributions work I've done to my fork of dstats. I haven't submitted a PR yet because I had submitted some other small fixes and want to see how they go (and maybe adjust some of the work I've done in response).

https://github.com/jmh530/dstats/tree/jmh530-addDistributions

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