Changeset 545 for cpp/frams


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Timestamp:
07/28/16 01:11:32 (5 years ago)
Author:
Maciej Komosinski
Message:

Dictionary.set() documentation updated

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  • cpp/frams/vm/classes/collectionobj.cpp

    r490 r545  
    7171{"get",0,PARAM_NOSTATIC,"Get element","p x(x key)",PROCEDURE(p_get),"Retrieves the named or indexed element (depending on the argument type: string or int). null is returned for nonexistent keys.\nobject.get(key) can be shortened to 'object[key]'"},
    7272{"getKey",0,PARAM_NOSTATIC,"Get a key","p s(d index)",PROCEDURE(p_getKey),"Returns the key of the indexed element (0 <= index < size)"},
    73 {"set",0,PARAM_NOSTATIC,"Set element","p(x key,x value)",PROCEDURE(p_set),"Set element value for the specified key or index (depending on the argument type: string or int).\nobject.set(key,value) can be shortened to object[key]=value"},
     73{"set",0,PARAM_NOSTATIC,"Set element","p x(x key,x value)",PROCEDURE(p_set),"Set element value for the specified key or index (depending on the argument type: string or int).\n"
     74"Returns the value previously associated with the given key (or index).\n"
     75"object.set(key,value) can be shortened to object[key]=value. Literal string keys can use even shorter notation: object->key=value instead of object.set(\"key\",value)\n"
     76"Note the difference in the returned value:\n"
     77"  var old_value=object.set(\"key\",new_value); //'old_value' gets the value previously associated with \"key\"\n"
     78"  var x=object[\"key\"]=new_value; //'x' becomes 'new_value', consistently with the semantics of the assignment operator. The value previously associated with \"key\" is lost."},
    7479{"find",0,PARAM_NOSTATIC,"Find","p x(x value)",PROCEDURE(p_find),"Returns the element key or null if not found."},
    7580{"new",0,0,"Create a Dictionary","p oDictionary()",STATICPROCEDURE(p_new),"Empty directory can be also created using the {} expression."},
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