[OpenSCAD] feedback on "C-style for"

doug moen doug at moens.org
Wed Jun 1 16:38:02 EDT 2016


Pattern matching assignment is useful everywhere. (But my post was about "C
style for", and I didn't want to digress.)

The other place I would find it particularly useful (in my code, at least)
is for functions that take [x,y,z] points as arguments. Eg,

function f([x,y,z]) = ...;

f([0, 10, 10])



On 1 June 2016 at 16:27, Ronaldo <rcmpersiano at gmail.com> wrote:

> I agree this allows to more concise code. But, why would only mutable
> variable assignment have such a distinct privilege?
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