May 27, 2005
Just a minor note:

I was perusing the documentation on the D lexer, and found that DecimalFloat and HexFloat are not defined.  It'd be nice if these were officially defined so as to eliminate confusion and unnecessary cross-references to C standard documentation.

Regards,
James Dunne
May 28, 2005
"James Dunne" <james.jdunne@gmail.com> wrote in message news:d778e7$1k7d$1@digitaldaemon.com...
> Just a minor note:
>
> I was perusing the documentation on the D lexer, and found that DecimalFloat and HexFloat are not defined.  It'd be nice if these were officially defined so as to eliminate confusion and unnecessary cross-references to C standard documentation.
>
> Regards,
> James Dunne

Just a further note on that line...
Anything that is "needed" from C or any other language or for that matter
anything other than the D compiler in order to use D should,
in my opinion,
be noted as such in the D documentation,
so as to eliminate some of the wasted time spent trying to locate the documentation for it...
even if the plan is to eventually eliminate the dependancy in the long run and replace it with a
native D language counterpart.

I know that's easier said than done, and I'm not expecting miracles...
but I thought I should state my opinion on the matter,
for the record, and as possible food for further discussion.

TZ


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