[Monetdb-developers] multiplex string-add returns empty BAT
Fabian.Groffen at cwi.nl
Thu May 18 20:11:10 CEST 2006
Thanks for your interest in MonetDB.
On 18-05-2006 19:54:19 +0200, Peter Roozemaal wrote:
> I am using monetdb 4.10.2 on an AMD64 Gentoo Linux system (the Gentoo
> ebuild). I suspect there's a bug in the handling of the multiplex
Just for the record, this probably means you're running an x86 profile,
right? The ebuild is not keyworded amd64 and is said to have issues with
compilation on amd64.
> The following mil code:
> var xxx := "aap noot mies".split(" ");
> (xxx [+] xxx).print();
> prints an empty BAT:
> # h t # name
> # void str # type
> where I expected:
> [ nil, "aapaap" ]
> [ nil, "nootnoot" ]
> [ nil, "miesmies" ]
> It looks like every invocation of the string [+] gives an empty result.
I tried this on my Mserver and got indeed the same results, after trying
some alternative things as well. So it looks like a bug to me.
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