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Offline Dark Schneider

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A way to use 'enums'?
« on: 2010-Jun-04 »
Note: the forum search doesn't work.

I'd like to know if there is a way to use enum to define values, in example, the typical case:

enum MyTypes {None, Type1, Type2...};

ttype as MyTypes

Or something like that. I'd tested with INLINE for the enum but then it is not recognized.


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Re: A way to use 'enums'?
« Reply #1 on: 2010-Jun-04 »
No, it would be nice though

You could either use enum with INLINE and do a wrapper to return the value back or setup a list of CONSTANTS

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Re: A way to use 'enums'?
« Reply #2 on: 2010-Jun-04 »
I resorted to using CONSTANTS myself.
Not that big of a deal, since we don't have any form of 'intellisense' functionality, which would make enums way more convenient.
But enums can work like a type for functions, which would be handy.

In c++, do enums get converted to the constant value during pre-processing? 
Or are they left intact internally for function parameters?
I was just wondering how easy it would be to add them to GLBasic.  On the surface it seems simple, but I have no idea.

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to restrict searches to this site, it works OK guess.

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