Hi Jon,

> In your description below I can see no way to
> - set a value of a public field of an object, or
> - set a value of a public field of a class

You are right.

> Is this something that you may add later?

Hmm, I would actually prefer not to add it. For one thing, the political
correct way in Java is using set() methods for that.

But more important is that this would require quite a mess of code,
analog to what is there for getting the values of public fields. If you
look at lines 99 through 142 of "ersatz/fun.src" (actual version), you
see a lot of tedious type ('instanceof') checks. And they don't even
cover all possible cases! The same would be required for the opposite
direction. Or does anybody know a better way?

- Alex
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