--- Comment #7 from 2010-11-16 12:42:05 PST ---
One of the many posts of the relative thread:

(In reply to comment #6)

> Variadic arguments are arguments, and arguments are on the stack.

A dynamic array argument is an argument, it is on the stack, and most times its
contents are on the heap. But not always.

> T[] is not a dynamic array, it's a slice.

This is not significant. What is significant is where the memory it points is

> Messing python idioms into D, while
> those idioms were not implemented in D, is a bug-prone way of thinking
> (misunderstanding).

Python wasn't part of this discussion.

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