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// Syntax Highlighting test file for D programming language
// A single line comment
/* A multi-line comment about this file.
 * Adopted from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/D_%28programming_language%29
 */
 
import std.stdio;
int main(char[][] args)                 
{
    writefln("Hello World");
 
    // Strings are denoted as a dynamic array of chars 'char[]'
    // auto type inference and built-in foreach
    foreach(argc, argv; args)
    {
        auto cl = new CmdLin(argc, argv);    // OOP is supported
        writefln(cl.argnum, cl.suffix, " arg: %s", cl.argv);  // user-defined class properties.
 
        delete cl;   // Garbage Collection or explicit memory management - your choice
    }
 
    // Nested structs, classes and functions
    struct specs
    {
        // all vars automatically initialized to 0 at runtime
        int count, allocated;
        // however you can choose to avoid array initialization
        int[10000] bigarray = void;
    }
 
    specs argspecs(char[][] args)
    // Optional (built-in) function contracts.
    in
    {
        assert(args.length > 0);  // assert built in
    }
    out(result)
    {
        assert(result.count == CmdLin.total);
        assert(result.allocated > 0);
    }
    body
    {
        specs* s = new specs;
        // no need for '->'
        s.count = args.length;  // The 'length' property is number of elements.
        s.allocated = typeof(args).sizeof; // built-in properties for native types
        foreach(arg; args)
            s.allocated += arg.length * typeof(arg[0]).sizeof;
        return *s;
    }
 
    // built-in string and common string operations, eg. '~' is concatenate.
    char[] argcmsg  = "argc = %d";
    char[] allocmsg = "allocated = %d";
    writefln(argcmsg ~ ", " ~ allocmsg,
            argspecs(args).count,argspecs(args).allocated);
    return 0;
}