> I will worship at your feet if you put assignments in WikiTalk! :)
By the looks of things the whole assignment discussion has barely
started, let alone reached the point where it can be implemented
(correct me if I'm wrong). At this stage I'm just suggesting the
implementation of an Instance method so that you can get hold of an
instance of something. My current line of thinking can find use for
this certainly in the case of TimeSpan and DateTimes.
> Regarding the Sequence method, wouldn't it be better to add do/loop or for/next capability? Creating an array to do a loop is not efficient.
I agree that the addition of something like for/next or do/loop to
WikiTalk would be more efficient than my suggestion, however, a side
effect of implementing a Sequence method, which is what I really want,
gives you the capability without having to make significant changes to
the internals of WikiTalk.
> > The next area that I could really do with having is the ability to
> > create an array, specifically an array of integers, that fit a
> > particular sequence. Again I'm thinking of a static method something
> > like Array.Sequence that allows you to specify the start, the step
> > value between values and the length, e.g. Array.Sequence(1, 1, 5)
> > would give you with the array [1, 2, 3, 4, 5], but Array.Sequence(50,
> > 10, 100) would give you the array [50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100].
> > This functionality would give you the ability to loop in the same way
> > as a for loop WikiTalk.
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