Is there a reason for default-int?
ary at esperanto.org.ar
Tue Dec 29 07:45:40 PST 2009
> Phil Deets wrote:
>> On Mon, 28 Dec 2009 16:18:46 -0500, Simen kjaeraas
>> <simen.kjaras at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Apart from C legacy, is there a reason to assume anything we don't
>>> know what
>>> is, is an int? Shouldn't the compiler instead say 'unknown type' or
>>> else that makes sense?
>> C++ abandoned default int. I think it would be best for D to do the same.
> D never had default int. When there's an error, the compiler just has to
> choose *some* type, so that it doesn't crash <g>.
It could be an Error type (that's not an alias for int type) that don't
start to spit errors everywhere and instead just blocks all further
errors on that type.
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