Am 12.12.2016 um 13:38 schrieb Jim Holsenback:
> On 12/12/2016 6:44 AM, William F Pokorny wrote:
>> I believe identifiers can be longer than 40 characters & that we've
>> recently added such notes elsewhere. Perhaps we need not mention the
>> identifier limit specifically for arrays should we want to avoid another
>> change note.
> i've already addressed that here:
> but haven't moved it over yet ... was waiting for some kind of heads up
> that the other feature add/change was going to make it into release branch
Then let it hereby be known that flexible-size arrays, mixed-type arrays
and dictionaries have joined the master branch on November 25th. ;)
Also included are two pseudo-dictionaries, `local` and `global`,
representing the "most local" identifiers and the global identifiers,
respectively. For example:
#declare local.Foo = 4711;
will declare a local variable named "Foo", and undefine any global
variable of the same name, respectively.
*NOTE*: These pseudo-dictionaries *REPLACE* the `local()` and `global()`
pseudo-functions, which are currently mentioned in the tutorial's "New
features" section, the "Identifier Name Collisions" section in the
reference page on #declare and #local, and in the "Optional Parameters"
section in the reference page on macros.
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