RE : [mtasc] Strongly Typed Arrays in MTASC
bpoulin at actional.com
Sat Sep 17 23:54:25 CEST 2005
> But I think I can live with this hack, once a
> declaration like this is possible:
> var a : /*Number*/ Array = new /*Number*/Array();
I understand that this syntax can easily be "mixed" with normal comments (let's say the type was changed 'temporarily', leaving the previous type commented out next to it).
Here's a suggestion: What about using a special syntax inside the comment? That way it is less likely going to interfere with real comments. It might also hint a non-initiated developer that there might be something special hapenning here. For example, we could prefix the type with # :
var a : /* #Number */ Array = new /* #Number */ Array();
or perhaps use the angle brackets (a bit like in C++ templates)?
var a : /*<Number>*/ Array = new /* <Number> */ Array();
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