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------- Comment #1 from  2009-05-06 04:50 
There might be a problem here in that in D you can write it without the

new MyClass.Foo;

Is the above trying to create a new Myclass.Foo or is it trying to create a new
MyClass and then access its Foo member? It depends on the type of Foo, and such
a dependency is, I think, what Walter has been trying to avoid.

Nevertheless, I often forget the brackets myself and wouldn't mind this change,
I just think the above means that it's not going to happen.


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