http://d.puremagic.com/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=7564



--- Comment #3 from Kenji Hara <k.hara...@gmail.com> 2012-02-23 14:48:52 PST ---
Temporary objects are destroyed ad the scope end, not statement end.

(In reply to comment #2)
> Ok, I understand, I was wrong. However on a related matter, I think that,
> import std.stdio;
> int[1] f(int i)
> {
>   int[1] a = i;
>   return a;
> }
> void main() {
>    foreach (i; 0 .. 2) {
>      writeln(f(i).ptr);

is same as:
       auto tmp = f(i); writefln(tmp.ptr);
       // tmp is destroyed at the end of foreach, so prints same address

>    }
>   writeln(f(0).ptr);
>   writeln(f(1).ptr);

are same as:
       auto tmp1 = f(i); writefln(tmp1.ptr);
       auto tmp2 = f(i); writefln(tmp2.ptr);
       // each temporaries has own memory, so prints different address

> }
> 
> prints
> 7FFFF03A05E0
> 7FFFF03A05E0
> 7FFFF03A05E4
> 7FFFF03A05E8
> 
> is a little bit strange, but I guess that just how it works.

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