--- Comment #6 from Jonathan M Davis <> 2012-09-09 18:31:47 
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I have absolutely no problem with this as long as there are no side effects. I
just had figured that there was a valid reason why the parens were required.
It's often the case that something will seem like it should work and doesn't
but has a very good reason for why it doesn't, even if it looks fine at first

> Also, it's how C# (and probably Java too) does it.

Given D's increased complexity, it wouldn't surprise me at all if D couldn't do
it when they could, but if it can, it definitely should as well. I think that
it's the syntax that pretty much everyone tries at first - only to find that it
doesn't work.

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