`in` parameters made useful
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Sat Aug 1 07:40:07 UTC 2020
On Friday, 31 July 2020 at 21:49:25 UTC, Mathias LANG wrote:
> B) It makes `in` take the effect of `ref` when it makes sense.
> It always pass something by `ref` if the type has elaborate
> construction / destruction (postblit, copy constructor,
> destructors). If the type doesn't have any of those it is only
> passed by `ref` if it cannot be passed in register.
You mean if it fits in two registers, it's still passed by
reference? 16 bytes is the size of uuid and is better passed by
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