[IronPython] Who understands ByRef?
dinov at exchange.microsoft.com
Mon Oct 16 22:59:24 CEST 2006
It's probably easier to use the Reference type from the clr module then using reflection to make a by-ref type.
ref = clr.Reference[System.Int16](3)
print ref.Value #value gets updated in the reference object
This is the other way we support reference types in addition to the auto-coercion which isn't working for you due to the multiple overloads.
From: users-bounces at lists.ironpython.com [mailto:users-bounces at lists.ironpython.com] On Behalf Of jeff sacksteder
Sent: Monday, October 16, 2006 1:37 PM
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Subject: [IronPython] Who understands ByRef?
Can anyone enlighten me?
On 10/14/06, jeff sacksteder <jsacksteder at gmail.com<mailto:jsacksteder at gmail.com>> wrote:
On 10/13/06, Martin Maly < Martin.Maly at microsoft.com<mailto:Martin.Maly at microsoft.com>> wrote:
Int16 is a type: System.Int16 and I am calling its constructor, passing "output" as the value: System.Int16(output), just like in Python you can call: int(3.5), this is very similar, except constructing .NET System.Int16 type.
An excellent description. However-
"TypeError: no overloads of AIn could match (int, Range, Int16)
AIn(int, Range, Reference[Int16])
AIn(int, Range, Reference[UInt16])"
I think I should be using System.Type.MakeByRefType, but I'm not quite getting it.
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