On Fri, 15 Jul 2011 12:32:05 +0200, BizarreCake <bizarrec...@gmail.com> wrote:

While coding, I've stumbled upon this weird bug.
Apparently, this code snippet right here:

        module program;

        import std.stdio;

        class Foo {
                void bar() {
                        writeln( "Foo Bar!" );

        void main() {
                new Foo().bar();

Doesn't work.
It outputs the following error:
    program.d(12): found '.' when expecting ';' following statement

Line 12 is: new Foo().bar();

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As for your actual problem, thinks are working as intended. The
compiler believes you wanted to write
  new (Foo().bar());
whereas you more likely meant
  (new Foo()).bar();


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