On Mon, 29 Jun 2009 01:42:31 -0700 (PDT), Martin wrote:Exactly. However there are cases like copying element of one array into
> On Jun 29, 12:08 am, a...@anon.org (anon) wrote:
>> And as for Natural, well, that is the definition of a String's index and in most
>> cases you use Naturals in "for loop' statements.
> Why would you do that?
> If you iterating over an array object (e.g. a String), you should use
> for I in My_Array'Range loop
another, when you have to specify the index type explicitly. I always
wished an attribute Index, which for arrays would yield the index subtype
of the array:
Index : A'Index;
Another issue is shifted views of arrays. E.g. when you get two arrays A
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