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Old 08-24-2016 , 16:20   Re: New API and Syntax
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Emp's solution is good.
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Old 09-01-2016 , 15:16   Re: New API and Syntax
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PHP Code:
enum Types:
{
    
INVALID_TYPE 0,
}

methodmap Types
{
    public 
Types()
    {
        return 
view_as<Types>(5);

    
//        return INVALID_TYPE;
    
}

    public 
void Remove()
    {
        
// * how to assign a value INVALID_TYPE  to this?
    
}
}

public 
void OnPluginStart()
{
    
Types Type = new Types();    // why ? error 171: cannot use 'new' with non-object-like methodmap 'Types'
    
Types Type Types();
    
    
Type.Remove();    // * how to assign a value INVALID_TYPE to a Type in the method Remove


and when the value of the index variable "this"?
And then he writes
PHP Code:
LogMessage("this.Index: %i"this.Index); 
Quote:
error 105: cannot find method or property Types.Index

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Old 09-01-2016 , 17:24   Re: New API and Syntax
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Originally Posted by BAILOPAN View Post
Emp's solution is good.
it works but I'm lazy and #define SPNULL view_as< any >(0)
works as "one size fits all"
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Old 09-01-2016 , 17:55   Re: New API and Syntax
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Not every type's invalid state is represented by 0 for sure, so it may not work in some cases.
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Old 09-01-2016 , 19:45   Re: New API and Syntax
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Not every type's invalid state is represented by 0 for sure, so it may not work in some cases.
well I know a float's invalid state is NaN but that's not what this is for, same with strings.

the purpose of it is for client-based methodmaps.
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Old 09-02-2016 , 15:54   Re: New API and Syntax
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"any" should not be a valid input to "view_as".
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Old 09-02-2016 , 18:21   Re: New API and Syntax
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Just make an IsValid property do the work.
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Old 09-03-2016 , 13:47   Re: New API and Syntax
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Old 09-03-2016 , 14:14   Re: New API and Syntax
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Originally Posted by R1KO View Post
and when the value of the index variable "this"?
And then he writes
PHP Code:
LogMessage("this.Index: %i"this.Index); 
PHP Code:
    property int Int { public get() { return view_as int > ( this ); }
    } 
or
PHP Code:
    property int Index { public get() { return view_as int > ( this ); }
    } 
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Old 09-05-2016 , 12:31   Re: New API and Syntax
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Can we get inline stock support one of these days? Declare a stock function as inline and then have the compiler paste its contents right into the body of the code. I am usually hesitant to use stocks unless it really gives a code readability boost because having stocks willy nilly everywhere will amount to considerable stack creation overhead. The JIT C++ file uses inline functions almost everywhere, for example.

A prototype like:

PHP Code:
stock inline int MyFunction(int params
Or make it its own thing (separate from stock functions) like:

PHP Code:
inline int MyFunction(int params
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