[OpenSCAD] Openscad Indirect Functions

Richard Urwin soronlin+openscad at googlemail.com
Sun Oct 16 16:34:00 EDT 2016


Good point.

What about ".", as in f.func? It's not as standard and it kind of shuts the
door on aggregate types.

Apostrophe?  f'func? It kind of disappears between those two f's.
Tilde? f~func? Looks like a minus sign.
Caret? f^func?

The more I think about this, the more I feel it's all going to descend into
Perl-style babble.

How about: function func
function and module are already recognised symbols and are not syntactically
allowed in this context. It's more typing, but its meaning is absolutely
clear.



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