[phobos] Splitting words with delimiter
undefer at gmail.com
Wed Aug 31 21:25:54 PDT 2011
OK. I understand, my question is too fuzzy. I try to make the concrete
Really often I want to have the next statement in a language:
if first iteration
if last iteration
Of course "if first iteration" easy implemented with the "first" flag
variable. But also as "for" makes code more clear than it's implementation
with "while", I think this statement may help to make it more clear.
"if last iteration" maybe implementable on the compiler level only with
constraints, but this feature maybe even more cool.
On 8/29/11 1:45 PM, unDEFER wrote:
> So as I understand that D tries to make really practical tasks more easy
> I want to ask about one often meeting task.
> If I want to print words with delimiter I can do it with 3 ways:
> But sometimes there is other similar tasks which makes any from this
> approach very ugly.
> The simple example: putting array of strings to cells of tables on the
> pages. Each page is table with 5 rows and 2 columns. And print at the
> end of each page the "next" or "first" (for last page) button.
> I really don't remember details but in my anyfs-tools.sf.net I had many
> examples of this task and it was not connected with just printing.
> If there is any good methods to do any complex case of this task more
> beautiful with D?
> Thank you.
Nikolay Krivchenkov aka unDEFER
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