Mr. Pib wrote:
string Q(alias T, alias D)()
enum x = T~" = "~D~";";
outputs, at compile time,
x = d;
there is no lowercase d. I did initially define Q as
string Q(alias T, D)(D d)
and one might think it is remnants left over from I cleaned the project
so it shouldn't be happening. Seems like a bug.
(I realized that I'd probably only ever pass compile time values)
Of course, using D.stringof gives the value.
The problem is the case of D.
nope. the problem is the *value* of D. `char(100)` == 'd'.
string s = "<"~100~">";
yes, this works. weither this bug or not is questionable, but this is how D
works regerding to implicit type conversions: small ints (in the range of
[0..char.max]) will be implicitly converted to `char` if necessary.