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honey the codewitch6-Dec-19 5:56
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Greg Utas wrote:
If you know the Class to which the function in question belongs, isn't this a Class*, possibly const?


I do, and it is, though C# has no const modifier in that context.

The trouble is when generics (c#'s answer to C++ templates) are used.

I'd like to treat each template instantiation as its own class but I have nowhere to even put this alternative nametable i'd have to use, and to explain why would involve explaining the CodeDOM and my source up to this point.

It could be that I've painted myself into a corner. That's not unlikely as this is preliminary code I wrote in order to learn how to do this thing.

I don't know yet though. This whole thing is so confusing to me. It's basically the middle part of a compiler (type, member resolution, etc) because C# requires that in order to even be parsed properly.

It has a similar issue that C does in regard to parsing types, but it goes deeper. They just said to hell with simplifying parsing.
When I was growin' up, I was the smartest kid I knew. Maybe that was just because I didn't know that many kids. All I know is now I feel the opposite.

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