'__Usual.operator &(__Usual, __Usual)' .. short circuit operator, ...

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ArneOrtlinghaus
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'__Usual.operator &(__Usual, __Usual)' .. short circuit operator, ...

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The following expression is accepted:
(RueckString usual)
if ( islogic(RueckString) .and. Rueckstring == true)

The following expression gives the error below
if ( islogic(RueckString) .and. Rueckstring)

Error In order for '__Usual.operator &(__Usual, __Usual)' to be applicable as a short circuit operator, its declaring type '__Usual' must define operator true and operator false

Unfortunately there are many places in our old VO code. Is it necessary to change all places?

Thank you
Arne Ortlinghaus
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'__Usual.operator &(__Usual, __Usual)' .. short circuit operator, ...

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Arne,

This problem is fixed in our current development branch.
If you add a cast to your code then it works in Vulcan as well:

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if ( islogic(RueckString) .and. (Logic) Rueckstring)
Unfortunately that cast will not work in VO.

Robert
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'__Usual.operator &(__Usual, __Usual)' .. short circuit operator, ...

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Thank you
Arne
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