--- Comment #4 from Leandro Lucarella <> 2011-11-01 05:46:43 
PDT ---
BTW, "in" contracts seems to be very ill defined, because overriding a method
with an "in" contract without specifying an "in" contract should inherit the
contract from the base class/interface, not remove the contract completely. You
have to repeat the contract from the base class manually, that sucks. There
should be some syntax to remove the contract instead, maybe something like:

void f()
in delete
  // ...

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