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  • Tom Hanlin
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    Actually, sets are a data type, and TYPEDEF is more flexible than TYPE.
    Possibly, we will have all of these things in a future version of PB.
    But, we would really, really appreciate it, Stephane, if you would not
    keep repeating the same requests again and again. You've been warned
    about this before. Please don't make us lock you out of the Forums.

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  • Eric Pearson
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    1) None of those things are "data types".

    2) You have suggested all of them before, multiple times.

    3) All of the PowerBASIC compilers already support TYPE/END TYPE, which is the same thing as a TYPEDEF.

    Stephane, I would respectfully suggest that you learn to use and appreciate the existing versions of PowerBASIC before you post dozens of messages suggesting changes.

    -- Eric


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    Guest started a topic New datatypes for all the compilers !!!!

    New datatypes for all the compilers !!!!

    Hey Lance and Tom,

    Add to the wishlist to:

    Tree new datatypes:

    - ENUM (enumerate type)
    - SETS (like Pascal)
    - CLASS
    - TYPEDEF

    Kind regards
    Stephane


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