typeof(func!0) != typeof(func!0())

Andrey Zherikov andrey.zherikov at gmail.com
Mon Aug 22 14:42:10 UTC 2022

On Monday, 22 August 2022 at 12:04:09 UTC, Paul Backus wrote:
> On Monday, 22 August 2022 at 11:24:59 UTC, Andrey Zherikov 
> wrote:
>> On Monday, 22 August 2022 at 06:01:11 UTC, JG wrote:
>>> Why not just change to:
>>> alias type = typeof(U().func!0());
>> This is user's code and `U().func!0` is legit syntax.
> Workaround: wrap it in a lambda.
> ```d
> import std.traits;
> alias type = ReturnType!(() => U().func!0);
> ```

My situation is that user can write some UDA expression and I'm 
checking whether it's of a type `U` using `hasUDA!(sym, U)` and 
`getUDAs!(sym, U)`. Is the users uses `U()` or `U().func!0()`, 
everything works. But `U().func!0` does not because its type is 
not `U`. So to handle this use case it seems I need to implement 
my own `hasUDA` and `getUDAs` based on

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