http://d.puremagic.com/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=2642





------- Comment #7 from jarrett.billings...@gmail.com  2009-02-21 10:56 -------
(In reply to comment #6)
> One of the solutions is to introduce non-nullable types (both reference and
> value-types). In this case T.init would be useless (and thus may be safely
> removed from language*), because user will *have to* initialize it:

So, as much as I like nonnull types, and as much as I like your proposal,
there's this .. kind of icky part too.

auto a = new ClassType[10];

How exactly do you allocate an array of nonnull types?  

> * I don't mind if T.init will be removed from language specs altogether as I
> never found it useful. It may still be left for some time in compiler 
> internals
> (to copy T[] prior to calling T.__ctor), just don't expose it to users.

I've found it useful!


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