"with" should be deprecated with extreme prejudice
none at anon.com
Sun May 17 20:00:42 PDT 2009
> dsimcha wrote:
>> Absolutely not. It's far too useful as syntactic sugar when working
>> heavily with plain old data structs, and saves a lot of tedious
>> repetition of the struct instance name.
> Make it a member function! If you don't have access to the struct, use
> "s." as the prefix! I can't believe that's stopping you from getting
> work done!
I don't follow.
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