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Am I missing something? #12

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ghost opened this issue Nov 11, 2010 · 1 comment
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Am I missing something? #12

ghost opened this issue Nov 11, 2010 · 1 comment

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@ghost ghost commented Nov 11, 2010

On both OpenBSD amd64 and Snow Leopard I get the following.

[james@thinkpad potion]$ ./potion                                                                                                                                                                                  
>> add = (x, y): x + y.
=> function(x, y)
>> add(2, 4) string print
nil=> nil
>>

Is this expect behavior? I would think I would get 6 returned. All tests pass when I run make test yet calling a simple function doesn't?

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@ghost ghost commented Nov 11, 2010

Yes, this is expected behavior because the scope in which the interactive interpreter runs commands changes with each line. In your example, on the second line, add was nil. If you seperated the lines with a comma, it would work:
>> add = (x, y): x + y., add(2, 4) string print
6=> nil

fogus pushed a commit that referenced this issue May 22, 2013
Some systems do not bzero the stack memory.
Fixes some errors found with valgrind and AddressSanitizer
settuple, i.e. test/classes/monkey.pn works now
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