4 Jun 2021 4 Jun '21
Ah, bonjour, Julien.
Perhaps one the following...
But this concatenation without an explicit operator works only if each operand is a literal.
But this works only if each string is a literal, though, not a variable or expression.
On Fri, Jun 4, 2021, 5:14 AM Julien Palard email@example.com wrote:
Hi and thanks for reporting,
Le 6/2/21 à 7:58 PM, mark horowitz a écrit :
this section, 3.1.2. Strings, contains the following phrase:
This only works with two literals though
perhaps it was meant to read
This only works with *true* literals though [bolded only for this
I think both are right:
- It only works when the "two operands" (to the "invisible operator")
- It only works when they really are literals.
I still prefer the former, because there's no such thing as "false iterals".
Can we think of another unambiguous formulation?
Maybe "This only works with literals though"?