May 05, 2007

Jarrett Billingsley wrote:
> "Daniel Keep" <> wrote in message news:f1hkrr$o19$
>> Weird; you're right.  It does work.  I *swear* it didn't used to, tho. I remember having to work around the problem for a library I was writing and being a bit annoyed at the time...
>> Oh well.
> Sure you weren't trying to return the address of a parameter at the time?

I was trying to do one of two things: I was either trying to cast an inout argument into a ubyte[] or back, or trying to take the address of an argument, convert it to a ubyte[], then return a .dup of it. Basically, I was trying to do blind byte copies.

	-- Daniel

int getRandomNumber()
    return 4; // chosen by fair dice roll.
              // guaranteed to be random.

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