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- Subject: Re: Jerome Vuarand's reply to my "table return" query
- From: "Dirk Feytons" <dirk.feytons@...>
- Date: Fri, 14 Sep 2007 16:01:56 +0200
On 9/14/07, Jeff Wise <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I apologize for the delay in response to your reply to my question. I was
> away in a class.
> The question was about a function that returned a table. The debugging
> messages in the function indicated that the table was properly built, but
> the main routine had nil for a table. The function was more than a page
> long, and I made a typographical error in the return statement. So the
> problem was my "fat fingers" that type more than one key per keystroke. I
> could not view the return statement and the guts of the code at the same
> Thanks for your response.
> It would seem to me that an option like VB's "Option Explicit" where all
> variable names must be declared would help with this sort of problem. Is
> this a major code effort, something that would compromise lua's philosophy,
> or …?
Check out strict.lua that comes with the standard Lua distribution.
You can find it in the ./etc directory.