[chuck-users] How to compare strings?
manfred.brockhaus at chello.at
Sat Sep 3 14:46:16 EDT 2005
Thanks for the clarification. No big problem actually. I'm quite
confident that the brilliant team will complete the language as soon as
On Sep 3, 2005, at 7:49 PM, Adam R. Tindale wrote:
> Right now string operations are quite limited. You can't cast strings,
> as mentioned in an earlier post, and you can't concatenate strings.
> Right now strings are stored as object references. You can make this
> if (s==s)<<<"yes">>>;
> But that isn't very useful.
> String operations have become a popular item in demand and I think it
> is on the queue for development.
> I know this isn't a satisfactory answer but most of the dev team is in
> Europe for ICMC and I thought I would try to give you an answer in the
> On Sep 3, 2005, at 1:26 AM, Manfred Brockhaus wrote:
>> I'm trying to check strings for equality but the following doesn't
>> "abc" => string s;
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