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- Subject: RE: unified methods
- From: "Peter Prade" <prade@...>
- Date: Thu, 29 Nov 2001 01:24:29 +0100
> IMHO, having 4 different field access operators is confusing!
> I could understand that one want's another operator to preserve backward
> compatibility. So make it '->' (will give the minimum confusion) and mark
> the ':' as "for compatibility use only" (remember, it was ment as a method
> operator to give OO look'n'feel in the first place). I think
> that you won't need it very often anyway.
I have to agree on the confusion arising from all the operators!
Used so far in this thread: . : .. :: -> .> :>
Ouch! what about ;) :-> and .-> ?? *g*
but why use another operator at all?
it should be easy to provide backward compatibility with appropriate
methods, or am i missing something?
so you can stick to . and :