Statically forbid string ~ size_t ?
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Thu Oct 13 17:31:44 PDT 2011
"Marco Leise" <Marco.Leise at gmx.de> wrote in message
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>Am 13.10.2011, 23:11 Uhr, schrieb Steven Schveighoffer
><schveiguy at yahoo.com>:
>> I think in order to disallow this, you have to disallow dchar = size_t.
>> IMO, I think it's worth it. It's very uncommon to create a dchar using
>> an integral.
>with ? (alpha) from an integer. It's just the shortest way to do it that
>works in most languages based on C syntax. I assume I could do it another
c = cast(char)123; // Or whatever code-unit desired
>Like initializing with a character and then incrementing by the index of
>the letter I want.
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