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Compiler implementation of the D programming language.

Source: arrayop.d

bool isArrayOpValid(Expression e);
Check that there are no uses of arrays without [].
Expression arrayOp(BinExp e, Scope* sc);

Expression arrayOp(BinAssignExp e, Scope* sc);
Construct the array operation expression, call object.arrayOp!(tiargs)(args). Encode operand types and operations into tiargs using reverse polish notation (RPN) to preserve precedence. Unary operations are prefixed with "u" (e.g. "u~"). Pass operand values (slices or scalars) as args.
Scalar expression sub-trees of e are evaluated before calling into druntime to hoist them out of the loop. This is a valid evaluation order as the actual array operations have no side-effect.
void buildArrayOp(Scope* sc, Expression e, Objects* tiargs, Expressions* args);
Convert the expression tree e to template and function arguments, using reverse polish notation (RPN) to encode order of operations. Encode operations as string arguments, using a "u" prefix for unary operations.
bool isUnaArrayOp(TOK op);
Test if expression is a unary array op.
bool isBinArrayOp(TOK op);
Test if expression is a binary array op.
bool isBinAssignArrayOp(TOK op);
Test if expression is a binary assignment array op.
bool isArrayOpOperand(Expression e);
Test if operand is a valid array op operand.
ErrorExp arrayOpInvalidError(Expression e);
Print error message about invalid array operation.
Expression e expression with the invalid array operation
instance of ErrorExp