Discussion Thread: DIP 1036--String Interpolation Tuple Literals--Community Review Round 2

Daniel N no at public.email
Wed Feb 3 22:07:47 UTC 2021

On Wednesday, 3 February 2021 at 20:12:24 UTC, Adam D. Ruppe 
> On Wednesday, 3 February 2021 at 20:02:57 UTC, Daniel N wrote:
>> Wouldn't this lowering be both simpler and more more efficient?
> Your change wouldn't expose the string for compile time 
> processing.
> That's the real benefit of interp!"string" - it is available 
> for CTFE rewriting by the function.

Guess it's not allowed to keep discussing in the feedback thread 
so I have to copy it here.

alias I(T...) = T;
alias X(T...) = I!(interp!(T[0]), interp!(T[1]));

Sorry for being daft, I simply don't get it... there's no issue 
with applying map to a tuple of string literals...

Maybe you have to jump through some extra hoops, but in the 
common case, is more optimized if there are no superfluous 
template instances for every little string...


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