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Topic review - redefine and kill in for loops
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  Post subject:  Re: redefine and kill in for loops  Reply with quote
If you want to assign l[pos] to s then the types must allow this.
For example, if s is of type int and l[pos] is of type string,
the assignment is not possible.
But if s will destroyed first and redefined as of type def
the assignment works and the type of s (which started as type def)
changes to string.
Post Posted: Fri Oct 11, 2013 11:38 am
  Post subject:  redefine and kill in for loops  Reply with quote
Consider a list l of rings or other objects.

Code:
...
def S;
int pos;
for (pos=1; pos<=size(l); pos++)
{
  s=l[pos];
}


Is it necessary to kill and redefine S in each loop step?
Post Posted: Thu Oct 10, 2013 12:41 pm


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