typedef typeof(Val.true)|typeof(Val.false) bool; typeof, when used like this, behaves very much like the C++ decltype() expression. o Shorthand for int(val..val) added: int(val). A syntax for when the range of an integer type only contains a single value.
o Shorthand for string(val..val) added: string(val).
A syntax for when the range of a string type only
contains a single value.
o ** operator added. It's exponentiation and works with most combination of numerical types (int,float,Gmp.mpq,Gmp.mpf,Gmp.mpz) `** and ``** operator overloading functions added. This introduces one incompatible change: Previously the "pow" function called a "_pow" function in the first argument if it was an object. It has now been changed to also use `** (or, rather, pow() is now implemented using predef::`**()).