casting int[] to bool[]

Don nospam at
Fri Jan 30 07:18:06 PST 2009

Steven Schveighoffer wrote:
> "Don" wrote
>> Steven Schveighoffer wrote:
>>> This is such a common "mistake", and really more of an annoyance, I 
>>> wonder if it might be better if pow were switched to a template that 
>>> called the actual pow after casting the first argument to real.  Often 
>>> times, one does not use reals as their variable type, and I seem to 
>>> recall this kind of error happens even with literals for both 
>>> arguments...
>>> Something like:
>>> real pow(T, U)(T t, U u)
>>> {
>>>    return _pow(cast(real)t, u);
>>> }
>>> -Steve
>> It would be better. Please create a bugzilla report, and I'll fix it.
> BTW, I assigned to the only Don in the list, not sure if that is you...


> Please fix in Tango as well if you wouldn't mind ;)

Of course. The Tango, phobos1, and phobos2 math files are a copy & paste 
of each other, with a few name changes.

> -Steve 

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