[swift-evolution] Require self for accessing instance members
Pelaia II, Tom
pelaiata at ornl.gov
Fri Dec 18 08:23:32 CST 2015
I agree with this proposal, but I would prefer the option of just using a single dot prefix instead of requiring “self.” to access members. Already, Swift interprets the dot prefix in other contexts such as enum case assignment and static member assignments to instances. I think the dot prefix can be used more extensively to refer to context targets. Within the context of an instance method or initializer, the dot prefix alone would be sufficient to refer to the instance.
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