What would you pay to be able to do this in X++?
for (int i = 1; i <= n; i++)
if (i > 0)
Finally, we can:
- Declare variables close(r) to where they are used,
- Variables are scoped by the block in which they are declared, and
- Variable names can be reused in another scope.
The price: Join the ranks of AX7 developers!
Note: Whenever you consider using inline variable declarations – consider extracting the code into a smaller method instead. Here is why.
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