How to using opCmp
bitworld at qq.com
Sat Dec 17 08:32:07 PST 2011
== Quote from bearophile (bearophileHUGS at lycos.com)'s article
> > I have defined a opCmp function to overload comparison operators, then how can
> > I use it correctly?
> I don't have an answer yet, but I suggest you to look at the D docs that
describe how to use opCmp. Probably you need to accept a const Object, and to use
override. I suggest to strip your code from all the not essential things, so you
will see the problems better.
public override int opCmp(Object o)
and got the same result.
The D document suggests rewriting
a < b
a.opCmp(b) < 0
While doing code porting from C# to D, I wander if I can directly use the
comparing operation between two class object.
Maybe the compiler should give some messages for not using "a < b".
Is it a compiler bug? Can anyone give some suggertion. It will be well grateful.
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