Issues concerning X++

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  • Blog Post: Working with System.Char in X++

    There are situations where it is useful to workl with characters in X++. As you know, X++ does not have the concept of characters in the defined in the language: Only strings are defined. However, it is not impossible to work with characters in X++, if you use the managed System.Char type. It will not...
  • Blog Post: Traversing elements in an IEnumerable from X++

    This issue recently came up: How do you traverse the elements in an instance of an IEnumerable<T> from X++? The answer is not as simple as it should be. The problem is that the X++ language does not currently support generics as a firstclass part of the managed X++ story. This means that we...
  • Blog Post: Transforming X++ code to managed code: Check the video...

    The channel 9 video: http://channel9.msdn.com/posts/Charles/Peter-Villadsen-and-Gustavo-Plancarte-Inside-Ax-Translator-X-to-MSIL/ showcases some work that the X++ team has done to investigate the options for transforming X++ code into managed code. We are publishing it here in the hope that it...
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