Wed, 15 Apr 1998 13:04:57 -0400
At 08:40 AM 4/15/98 +0200, Jean-Pierre Rosen wrote:
>Which raises an interesting question: how do you count:
>as you know, it is equivalent to:
>with A, A.B, A.B.C;
>from the point of view of visibility rules, it is clearly equivalent to
three >withs. OTOH, it is likely that the programmer uses only the ultimate
Actually, you need to count them all, but only once. I find myself in
Ada 95 appreciating the fact that if I have (for example) a child package
containing constructors, I have some with clauses that say:
and others say:
but often the spec of a package has the first, and the body the second.
Robert I. Eachus
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