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- Subject: Re: "or" shortcut does not work - but why?
- From: Andreas Rozek <Rozek@...>
- Date: Tue, 19 Jun 2007 06:43:24 +0200
>Sounds like a compiler upgrade is needed.
Unfortunately, I can't upgrade the IDE - otherwise I would
loose support for my (relatively old) platform. And it is
that platform, why I recently installed that old compiler
and tried to port Lua (which was relatively straightforward
if one does not take that compiler bug into account)
>Your displays seem to indicate that both of the elements in the if
>are 1. Unless one is a floating point 1, and one an integer 1, or
>something extremely bizarre like that. Even then, I can't see why the
>'if' would behave like that.
Well, it seems that both compared arguments are already of
type int - it's just a compiler bug, I guess...
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