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- Subject: Re: Inline Functions
- From: Eero Pajarre <epajarrre@...>
- Date: Tue, 24 Dec 2002 11:36:39 +0200
Peter Hill wrote:
So I see:
prefixexp ::= var | functioncall | '(' exp ')'
But, at a glance, I can't see why one could not just include "function" in
there as well.
prefixexp ::= var | function | functioncall | '(' exp ')'
It makes strong sense to have it as a "prefixexp" (what could be more of a
function than "funtion () ... end" itself!) and, as it forms a nicely
wrapped unit, I don't forsee any syntax problems.
I official petiton its addition! *grin*
I hope we agree that feature requests are for Lua 5.1 or some latter version.
For 5.0 I wish only bug fixes, and something which works as documented is
by definition not a bug ;-) , and most of the rest can be fixed by changing the