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Re: Scripting!

From: John W Kennedy
Subject: Re: Scripting!
Date: Thu, 1 May 2014 10:11:00 -0400
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On 2014-05-01 00:21:04 +0000, Kevin Ingwersen said:


To explain this subject just a little. I come from actual web development - my roots are deeply in PHP. The only reason I ever learned C++, followed by C, was due to the need to write a php extension. But due to my C++ lectures, I came across objective-c, and fell in love with its syntax, basicaly x). But this made me ask the following question:

Why is this not available in scripting?

As a rule, there's little point to it. If a scripting language /does/ have named parameters, it pretty much has to achieve it by passing a hash. So just pass a hash.

John W Kennedy
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