[fpc-pascal] Forin Test

Dariusz Mazur darekm at emadar.com
Sat Nov 7 15:33:10 CET 2009

Paul Ishenin pisze:
> Dariusz Mazur wrote:
>> Where?
>> Its work now with current compilator. Are You plan to disable this?
> I made a typo: read 'I see *no* problems with this'.
>>>  for i in List using GetEnumerator(DoUpArgument)
>>> current "for i in List" will be just short form of "for i in List 
>>> using GetEnumerator"
>> But this complicate both: source and compilator.
> Why compilcate? I thought vice versa it will simplify the user source 
> code.
Can You give example of this:
  for i in List using GetEnumerator
is better than
  for i in List.GetEnumerator
>> And second: You cant pass enumerator as param.
> Maybe you understood me wrong? I proposed the 'using' keyword as an 
> extension to the current implementation. It would not be required. If 
> not used then it will work as now but if used then compiler will 
> search for the given identifier and use it instead of 
> operator/GetEnumerator method.
this is third method,
Should be good point to implement this (pascal always has very simple 
semantic and very strong type checking)
Of course you then you can use any enumerator with any collection, but 
it will be better?
How many errors we then invoke?


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