March 04, 2013
Hello, what's the difference between a property declared  without a @property block and another one with? It seems that both forms are possible:

---
void Prop1(int AValue);
int Prop1();

or

@property
{
    void Prop1(int AValue);
    int Prop1();
}
---

Does it has something to do with the RTTI/serialization such as the "published" keyword in Pascal ? I cant find any clue in the manual.
March 04, 2013
On Monday, 4 March 2013 at 16:35:01 UTC, D-ratiseur wrote:
> Hello, what's the difference between a property declared  without a @property block and another one with? It seems that both forms are possible:
>
> ---
> void Prop1(int AValue);
> int Prop1();
>
> or
>
> @property
> {
>     void Prop1(int AValue);
>     int Prop1();
> }
> ---
>
> Does it has something to do with the RTTI/serialization such as the "published" keyword in Pascal ? I cant find any clue in the manual.

Difference appears when "-property" compiler switch is used, only second sample can be used with property syntax then. But this most likely change as there have been very intensive discussions on topic of property re-design recently.
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