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Is it a Good Idea?: A new way to indicate arrays

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TheDcoder, There are lots of not nice things in Autoit. Autoit is probably far  from nice in low level..
So only one not nice thing to the list not going to be much of a difference..

You might think that the variable can hold big array and therefore not deleting is very not nice.


But in real-world use, you are not going to give huge string for array(if you do this, it looks very bad). You probably only declare small arrays. small arrays are not big deal..

 

But I agree that your way seems more correct and sensible.

 

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47 minutes ago, gil900 said:

But in real-world use, you are not going to give huge string for array

Yeah, that is true :P.

47 minutes ago, gil900 said:

So only one not nice thing to the list not going to be much of a difference..

but it would make it nicer, making those "not nice" things nice, it would contribute to making AutoIt a "nice" language :D

 

P.S Sorry for late reply, I was busy with my project.


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