On Thu, 04 Jun 2009 07:18:33 -0400, A.M. <ama...@gmail.com> wrote:

>import std.string;
>import std.array;
>import std.algorithm;
>void main()
>        string[] sa = ["TOM","JOE","TOM4","TOM12","TOM6"];
>        sort!(comp)(sa);
>bool comp(string x, string y)
>        string[] s = [x,y];
>        return isSorted(s);
>this code compiles find, but when run gives the following error:
>core.exception.asserter...@./../../src/phobos/std/array.d(210): Attempting to 
>fetch the front of an empty array
>same happens if operating on int not string
>I'm using dmd2.030
>same happens with dmd2.029
>is that a bug?

... Yes, but not with Phobos. The comparison operator should use <
less than, if two items are equal they must return false.
isSorted(["TOM","TOM"]) is true, "TOM" < "TOM" is false.


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