Am I getting this all right?
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Thu Dec 14 18:19:02 PST 2006
"Bill Baxter" <dnewsgroup at billbaxter.com> wrote in message
news:elsvmo$rsb$1 at digitaldaemon.com...
> I guess not. Might be interesting if AA's allowed a void value type.
> void[int] myset;
> Hmm... maybe not.
Actually, they used to, and people used them as sets :) Of course, that was
also before accessing a nonexistent AA element was an indexing error, so to
add something to the set, you did
set = set;
Which would add 4, or just be a no-op. Now that's just plain illegal, so
even if void were allowed as the value type, there'd be no way to add
anything to the set. Besides, what does void[int] mean? (then again you
can have a void, which is also kind of weird, but..).
> :-) But it was almost that long wasn't it? And Walter was one of the the
> ones that kicked it off, IIRC. So I had high hopes something would come
> of it.
I don't know. Maybe we didn't say the right things.
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