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November 29, 2007 Function pointers/delegates  

 
real function(real x) y = function real(real x) { return sqrt( 1  x * x ); }; Is it just me or does it seem odd that real and function are swapped on one side? I can kind of see this if it's for singlepass parsing, but isn't there a better way? It's not intuitive at all. 
November 29, 2007 Re: Function pointers/delegates  

 
Posted in reply to S  S wrote:
> real function(real x) y = function real(real x) { return sqrt( 1  x * x
> ); };
>
> Is it just me or does it seem odd that real and function are swapped on one side? I can kind of see this if it's for singlepass parsing, but isn't there a better way?
>
> It's not intuitive at all.
Agreed I always get this wrong and has to correct compiler errors.

November 29, 2007 Re: Function pointers/delegates  

 
Posted in reply to S  "S" <S@s.com> wrote in message news:fin4j6$1hks$1@digitalmars.com... > real function(real x) y = function real(real x) { return sqrt( 1  x * x ); }; > > Is it just me or does it seem odd that real and function are swapped on > one side? > I can kind of see this if it's for singlepass parsing, but isn't there a > better way? > > It's not intuitive at all. I like the way C# 3.0 does anonymous functions. I believe the idea comes from Nemerle. It would be something like: real function(real x) y = real <= (real x) { return sqrt(1  x*x); }; 
November 30, 2007 Re: Function pointers/delegates  

 
Posted in reply to Johan Granberg  Johan Granberg wrote:
> S wrote:
>
>> real function(real x) y = function real(real x) { return sqrt( 1  x * x
>> ); };
>>
>> Is it just me or does it seem odd that real and function are swapped on one side? I can kind of see this if it's for singlepass parsing, but isn't there a better way?
>>
>> It's not intuitive at all.
>
> Agreed I always get this wrong and has to correct compiler errors.
Same here.

November 30, 2007 Re: Function pointers/delegates  

 
Posted in reply to Craig Black  Craig Black wrote:
> "S" <S@s.com> wrote in message news:fin4j6$1hks$1@digitalmars.com...
>> real function(real x) y = function real(real x) { return sqrt( 1  x * x ); };
>>
>> Is it just me or does it seem odd that real and function are swapped on one side?
>> I can kind of see this if it's for singlepass parsing, but isn't there a better way?
>>
>> It's not intuitive at all.
>
> I like the way C# 3.0 does anonymous functions. I believe the idea comes from Nemerle. It would be something like:
>
> real function(real x) y = real <= (real x) { return sqrt(1  x*x); };
>
>
I like the way D does anonymous delegates. <g>
real delegate(real x) y = (real x) { return 1  x * x; };

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