string is rarely useful as a function argument
jakobovrum at gmail.com
Wed Dec 28 10:25:15 PST 2011
On Wednesday, 28 December 2011 at 16:27:15 UTC, Andrei
> So immutable(char) is the best choice for a correct string
> abstraction compared against both char and const(char). In
> fact it's in a way good that const(char) takes longer to
> type, because it also carries larger liabilities.
Also, 'in char', which is conceptually much safer, isn't that
much longer to type.
It would be cool if 'scope' was actually implemented apart from
an optimization though.
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