[Newbies] array literal - a misunderstanding?
th.-fischer at web.de
Sun Mar 4 21:47:10 UTC 2007
I'm starting for a couple of days with smalltalk/squeak - maybe it's not my
last post :)
I like to construct a flat array, but get a nested array:
#(1 2 (1 + 3)) "unexpected result: #(1 2 #(1 #+ 3)) "
Why squeak means, that "(1 + 3)" is an array and not 4?
The syntax for an array literal is defined via"#(" - isn't it?
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