[chuck-users] assignment (BUG?)
haberg at math.su.se
Sun May 31 17:32:16 EDT 2009
On 31 May 2009, at 23:11, Robert Poor wrote:
> I'm not the expert, but I thought that the ChucK rules for
> assignment are:
>  For "reference" data types, (arrays and objects), @=> assigns
> the pointer, not the data.
>  For "immediate" data types (ints, float), => and @=> are
> identical: they move the data, not the pointer.
> Any disagreements?
I just intended say the same thing, but you were faster :-).
Only that I would call the first a reference type, and the second a
data type. And I think => is illegal on reference types.
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