(j3.2006) Interp F03/0091
Thu May 17 18:29:23 EDT 2007
On Thu, 2007-05-17 at 15:12 -0700, Aleksandar Donev wrote:
> On Thursday 17 May 2007 14:58, Van Snyder wrote:
> > If its dimensions aren't colons, what kind of array is it?
> > The only one that fits is an explicit shape array.
> I had thought that "named array" did not include components? It is not clear
> to me just by looking at the text. It would make most sense for every array
> to be one of explicit-shape, assumed-size or assumed-shape, including
> components. In which case we need to undo what we did Friday morning :-)
There's nothing to undo, since we rejected the answer to interp 0091 in
May I suggest
[78:16] Replace "a named" by "an"
[78:21-22] After "a function result," insert "a component,".
Look at [51:16-17], which says "a data component is an array if...", and
at [51:18] where it explicitly references explicit shape. It's clear
that 126.96.36.199 contemplates that an array component that is not a
deferred-shape array is an explicit-shape array. Either we have to
mutilate 188.8.131.52 so that array components aren't arrays (and I have no
idea how to do so), or we have to repair 184.108.40.206.1. I prefer the
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