What    |Removed                     |Added
             Status|NEW                         |RESOLVED
         Resolution|                            |INVALID

------- Comment #1 from  2009-05-09 10:31 -------
This is by design.  Comparison operators cannot be chained like this.  C
accepts such foolishness as "a < b < c" even though it doesn't do what you'd
expect (i.e. it doesn't evaluate to "a < b && b < c").  D changed all
comparison operators to have the same precedence so that this kind of code
would not be accepted, and for possible future expansion in which chained
comparisons really would be converted into multiple clauses.


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