Arrays / collections with literal syntax - fixed size?
tim at rowledge.org
Sun Jan 6 22:09:44 UTC 2008
On 6-Jan-08, at 12:54 PM, Alexander Lazarevic' wrote:
>> It's the fact that #(..) is a literal.
>> And modifying a literal is a bad practice, whatever the language.
> Now I was under the impression, that a context had a copy of a
> method with copies of the literals, so that you could only modify the
> copies but not the literals in the compiled method. But it seems not
> be that way:
Goodness me, wherever did you get that idea from? If we had to copy a
CM and all its literals every time we activated a method it would
certainly impact performance!
tim Rowledge; tim at rowledge.org; http://www.rowledge.org/tim
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that is a very large amount of corn.
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