Error instead of Warning.
According to the Documentation: enum refers to some limited set of data. In this sense, comparison and assignment are not fundamentally different: in both cases there must be either Warning or Error. And the fact that you can compare and you can't assign is nonsense
Language must be strict and mixing/auto-enumeration is a very common mistake.
This is why you cannot relax checks and auto-enumeration.
If you want to compare and assign, write an explicit function. The least you need to do is to do it in C style.
If you want to compare and assign, write an explicit function. The last thing you need is to fiddle around in C style.
So it's suggested that we must not allow (Error together with Warning) implicitly comparing different enums.
This is not logical - so it is either programmer's error or we need an explicit conversion to int
So it is proposed to prohibit (Error together with Warning) implicitly comparing different enum
This is not logical - hence it is either a programming error or we need an explicit conversion to int
Add to tracked Ticks.asl. The end specifically says l.
Now double click on the highlighted monitored expression.
We get ME (b3280).
Search string:Oshibka 041.
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Dear developers, please add the possibility for the matrix columns and rows in the right sub-window of the "Tools" window not to be collapsed when the matrix values are updated during debugging.
A simple example (Fig.1). An_MX matrix is created. A couple of clicks opens the first row for viewing values.
If you execute line 15 in the code, all rows and columns will collapse (Fig.2). And to see new values, one has to click on the matrix name again...
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