--- Comment #10 from Don <> 2010-05-01 22:08:28 PDT ---
(In reply to comment #9)
> > internally the compiler doesn't distinguish between  x[] and x, where x is a
> > dynamic array.
> This means, that array ops are a huge hack?

No. According to the spec, it's not supposed to. x[] is exactly the same as x.
The [] is only required for lvalues. So
int [4] a, b, c;
a[] =  b + c; // should work
It's almost as if there's a []= operator.
At the moment, though, a[] = b+c; fails, and you need to write a[] = b[]+c[].

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