[squeak-dev] !| || and !|! as binary methods?
rpboland at gmail.com
Wed Mar 31 18:05:39 UTC 2010
Today I tried to define !| || and !|! as binary methods.
They all fail because the parser interprets the '|' character
(the second '|' character in the case of ||) as the beginning of
the declaration of local variables.
Is this a parsing error or the way Squeak is intended to be defined?
Now you might think !| and !|! are pretty weird (which doesn't
invalidate my question) but I think || is pretty natural as a binary method!
Had a wife and kids in Florida, Jack (Nicklaus)
Went out for a "ride" but I couldn't get back
As a ten timer being hunted down
When the wife found out who I was knowing (biblically speaking)
I hit a hydrant and I just kept going (till I hit a tree).
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