vicente.romero at oracle.com
Fri Sep 6 03:07:44 UTC 2019
On 9/5/19 9:50 PM, John Rose wrote:
> On Sep 5, 2019, at 5:54 PM, Brian Goetz <brian.goetz at oracle.com
> <mailto:brian.goetz at oracle.com>> wrote:
>> In that case, what we would see is that on exit, neither i nor j were
>> either DA or DU, and we would issue a compiler error. For each
>> field, there are three possibilities:
>> - The field is DU on all paths out of the ctor; we initialize it
>> from the corresponding parameter.
>> - The field is DA on all paths out of the ctor; we do nothing.
>> - The field is neither DU nor DA on some path out of the ctor; error.
>> We could extend this analysis to the init block, where if its either
>> of the first two cases, we feed that information back into the ctor
>> analysis, and always error in the third case -- the real question is
>> whether its worth the bother.
> OK, I’m missing something subtle here. Is the assignment “j = j”
> sugar for “this.j = j”, where the latter j is the component parameter?
no it is not "j = j" have the same meaning in a record constructor and
in a class constructor, it is assigning to the argument not to the field
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