Errors and Standards (was: compiler bug)
cbfalconer at yahoo.com
Thu Oct 18 06:03:47 CEST 2001
"da Silva, Joe" wrote:
> Correct. Conformant arrays are optional, so that isn't the
> *real* change to the language ... It is this :
> When you have a procedure or function (A), as a formal
> parameter of another procedure or function (B), you must
> declare it's (A) formal parameters (as shown in example
> 6 in section 6.11.6 of ISO-10206; there's probably a similar
> example given in ISO-7185, although haven't looked for it).
> This (declaring the formal parameter of a formal parameter ;-)
> wasn't required in the original language definition, in the
> "User Manual and Report".
Yes. Forgot about that. I never implemented procedural
parameters in PascalP, so it was not uppermost in my memory. I
had the run time organized, but not the parsing.
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