|Subject:||Re: [Gm2] programargs|
|Date:||Sun, 7 Apr 2013 11:16:16 +0200|
|In other languages there are conventions like that. Mine convention (for my in-house scripting language) is - every array index starts with 1, except for strings where it is 0.|
But, in Modula-2 there is no such thing. ARRAYs are subscripted with whatever type is specified. Index type is in most cases some subrange type, but BOOLEAN and CHAR (being of small cardinality) are often used witout subranging. Data type is whatever you need for your application. First index value is whatever value is minimal/first in given index type.
On Apr 7, 2013, at 10:51 AM, Noam Kloos wrote:
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