[fpc-pascal] dynamic array contents and system.move

J├╝rgen Hestermann juergen.hestermann at gmx.de
Wed Apr 28 08:09:45 CEST 2010


>> At least a file identifier always means the same memory address (where
>> the record data is stored). If needed (for some special purpose) I *can*
>> typecast it because I know the address of the data (@myfile). But when
>> using the identifier of a dynamic array then this identifier does not
>> always mean the same address of the array but sometimes means the
>> pointer to it.
> What nonsense is this? I fear you've simply no clue about the usage,
> internals and purpose of dyn. arrays so I stop this discussion.

1.) Where are "the usage, internals and purpose of dyn. arrays" documented?

2.) It's easy to say "nonsense" without giving any reason. I would claim the same to what you wrote.



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