Is there any real reason to use "const"?
rempas at tutanota.com
Mon Jan 24 17:38:45 UTC 2022
On Monday, 24 January 2022 at 17:30:26 UTC, Ali Çehreli wrote:
> Yeah, that thought disappears once one realizes that humans are
> mistake-making machines. :)
Yeah, really working towards accepting that but I'm getting
closer and closer each day...
> I've done its counterpart just two days ago by commenting out
> one line (in somebody else's code):
> foreach(i; 0..2)
> // foo();
> Oops! Now bar() is executed multiple times.
> I am saddened with this skipped-braces "optimization" because
> all that risk for just to skip writing two characters! Wow!
> Now... that's... interesting... :) Humans are really
Yeah, that's classic! Tbh, either force your users to use curly
brackets or find a python like system that will not cause these
types of errors. In my language this will be:
for i in 0..2:
Ending up having an empty "for" statement and executing "bar()"
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