Checking if a string is null
svv1999 at hotmail.com
Thu Jul 26 14:16:05 PDT 2007
Oskar Linde wrote
>> After `T x= null;' `x.length == size_t.max' and `x.ptr ==
>> null', i.e. `size_t.max' will no more be a valid length for an
> Uhu... Why whould a slice of the full addressable memory space be
> a good initialization value?
In the above case `x' does not hold any slice.
> You can't do that without breaking its slice semantics.
I do not see that any slice semantics will break by the above
definition. Please explain.
> So you are proposing adding runtime type errors? :P
I do not see any run time type errors forced by this. Please explain.
`""[ 0 .. 1]' gives a compile time error.
`null[ 0 .. 1]' gives a runtime error.
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