blog When parentheses matter

Recently I've run into an issue that can be summarized by the following code snippet:


Question 1. Will   and   have the same value?

blog ...and people are still using java?

manus_eiffel's picture

Last week I was at the LASER 2009 summer school on Software Testing. It was pretty interesting and one brief talk captured my attention. The speaker, Martin Nordio, asked the audience if they knew Eiffel and only a few hands were raised. So he asked if they knew Java instead. Everyone raised his hand.


Create .NET Properties in Eiffel

.NET properties are a fundamental part of the CLR and CTS. They are used in a plethora of ways by Microsoft, ISVs and your other developers. For a number of users .NET properties are just a syntactical sugar unifying a getter function and setter routine, and opening up access to encapsulated internal fields.

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