[fpc-devel] Syntax problem with function result
daniel.mantione at freepascal.org
Wed Jul 28 17:27:24 CEST 2010
Op Wed, 28 Jul 2010, schreef Florian Klaempfl:
> Am 28.07.2010 15:10, schrieb Hans-Peter Diettrich:
>> Florian Klaempfl schrieb:
>>>> IMO we should have at least an option, that a function name can *not* be
>>>> used for the function result any more, for the result we have the Result
>>>> variable. Then we can safely distinguish between function calls (by
>>>> function name) and results (by "Result"). If ever required, local
>>>> functions still can refer to the result of some enclusing function, by
>>>> e.g. qualified <function_name>.Result.
>>> I think for this purpose a hint is enough.
>> Can it be implemented ASAP, or is a feature request required?
> If none of the other developers refuse till tomorrow, I'll apply the
> patch of Jeppe.
> Anybody else opinions if a hint would be better than the mode switch?
If I understand it well this patch will disable not only the fpc
... but also the standard Pascal:
Why would we want to disable the standard Pascal solution?
Why not disable the Borland "result" extention?
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