Re:Source Conversion NetRexx---Java

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Re:Source Conversion NetRexx---Java

Martin Lafaix

> From: "Syarzhuk Kazachehnka" <[hidden email]>
> In Delphi, which is my primary language, there is a compiler switch. If
> you say {$B+} that means you want all boolean expressions to evaluate
> completely. If you say {$B-}, that means you want to "short-circuit"
> them: F and X always equals to F, T or X always equals to T whatever X
> is, therefore, in {$B-} state the compiler would not evaluate X at all.
> Could that be implemented in NetRexx?

It's sure doable, but I would prefer the ||| / &&& alternative.
I think both behaviors are complementary.  Using new operators
will prevent possible confusion from beginners/sleepy programmers.
And, in fact, NetRexx already uses operators with 3 signs (\== for

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