--- Comment #10 from Daniel Cousens <> 2012-10-30 14:04:16 
PDT ---
(In reply to comment #9)
> > Frankly thats a terrible alternative. Perhaps static array specialisations 
> > are
> > in order then; assuming current implementations can't be modified to suit.
> So, you think that copying a static array is a good idea? Because that's what
> on overload for a static array would do. And all that overload could do would
> be to slice the static array and pass it to the normal overload (because 
> static
> arrays are _not_ ranges and _cannot_ be, because you can't pop any of their
> elements off), which would lead to the slice being completely invalid once the
> function returned, meaning that the result would be completely unsafe and
> invalid. So no, that wouldn't work.

I do think it is a good idea, no, but that was the "clearest" solution...
second to that proposed by Timon:

 map!(c => c[])(cs[]).join(",");

But if what you say is set in stone, then there is no point taking it further.
Maybe other than the fact putting something in the documentation/compiler
warning so that the error message that is given is not so confusing to those
coming from other languages.

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