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|Class name specifications with a "T" prefix|
|Wed, Oct 21 2015 9:48 AM||Permanent Link|
Found in help:
// All <Class Name> specifications in Elevate Web Builder must begin with a "T" prefix
// (stands for "Type"). The compiler will enforce this rule and issue an error if you
// attempt to specify a class name without this prefix.
Implementing a coding style in the language? Sure why not. But then...
type ObviouslyThisClassIsNotPrefixedWithT = class end;
var o : ObviouslyThisClassIsNotPrefixedWithT;
o := ObviouslyThisClassIsNotPrefixedWithT.Create;
...will be compiled and executed, no error or warning. So this will be implemented in future?
|Wed, Oct 21 2015 12:07 PM||Permanent Link|
Tim Young [Elevate Software]
Elevate Software, Inc.
<<...will be compiled and executed, no error or warning. So this will be implemented in future? >>
Actually, no, it's a bit that was left-over from EWB 1.x. The EWB 2.x compiler doesn't care, other than when dealing with form names/form class names.
I'll make sure that this is modified.
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