Eliminating assignments and variable syntax (accessors)
marcel at system.de
Mon Aug 2 21:56:31 UTC 1999
> From: Stefan Matthias Aust <sma at netsurf.de>
> The problem IMHO is that now "self a: b" and "a: b" doesn't mean
> While the first expression always accesses an instvar of the self
> the second expression will assign a temporary called "a" if one exists.
Well, the problem is the same as for a:=b. 'a' can be either an
instance variable or a local variable. I am not saying this is good
or bad, it's just the same is it is now.
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