Anything like C99 compound literals in D?
john.burton at jbmail.com
Fri Feb 9 12:14:52 UTC 2018
This is just an example...
In windows WNDCLASS is a struct and RegisterClass is a function
that takes a pointer to an instance of that class.
In C99 I can use "compound literals" to write this and have it
construct an instance of that struct on the stack, set the values
I've initialized, and default the rest of the struct members to
zero. (There are many other members I just want to set to zero)
.hInstance = GetModuleHandle(NULL),
.lpszClassName = "Hello",
.lpfnWndProc = DefWindowProc
I find this very handy in my own code too. The syntax is very
Is there any similar feature in D? (or a clean way to do this
kind of thing)
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