[REBOL] Enhancement Request - Range! datatype Re:(6)
From: bhandley:zip:au at: 21-Aug-2000 17:25
> how about?
> Is using n"to"n that different from using n"x"n for pairs? It is
> obvious that it is a range, ( in English at least).
> Other ideas?
could be exclusive and "thru" inclusive like parse. Don't know what you
do about the range start though.
is quite concise (if barely legible on my monitor ;) ). So if we were
lucky enough to get some range math use a .. b for an inclusive range as
a <.. b for an exclusive start point and inclusive end point
a ..> b you can guess
a <..> b a range that does not include the end points