--- Comment #4 from Masahiro Nakagawa <> 2010-05-04 
20:33:06 PDT ---
(In reply to comment #3)
> Masahiro Nakagawa, I am not sure I understand this bug report and your answer
> well. 
Old D's property is a syntactic sugar(member function automatically becomes
property), so typeof() should have evaluated .length and .length() correctly.
But now, D has @property. User can choose property or non-property.

> But if I understand them, then then if you are right, and length method
> should be a property, then the compiler has to give a compile time error if 
> you
> try to define a non-property length method, otherwise it's too much easy to
> write a bug.
I agree because I can't image non-property length. I think D's compiler should
print warning message if user tries to define non-property length.

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