Re: can there be a "with" construction?

Jacob F. wrote:

reinterprets it as system.startup.license, which works. In
there a way to bend the language to that it acts like this? Thx - m.

  1. it stops execution of the block after redispatching the
    first exception:

with(Time) do
“aaa”.now
puts “Never get here”
end # nothing printed

Jacob F.

Hmm… I must have misunderstood the OP. I somehow thought that in
“those” languages string(license) translates to calling method “license”
on “string”, hence the solution. My bad, sorry.

Gennady.

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