Strings & Arrays
How come you removed all the references to strings and arrays, Planck?
Since + can be used with any of those, I think we should explain what it does right here (even if it might be explained elsewhere as well).
But since numbers aren't the only legal type to use with it (the way it looks now), the behavior of those other types should be documented on this page.
--Kronzky 17:50, 31 January 2009 (CET)
- My fault my comment was rather cryptic wasn't it - 'duplicated'.
- The strings and arrays are already covered in valuea plus valueb.
- I didn't see the need to have it twice.
- Planck 02:23, 1 February 2009 (CET)
- OK, I added a 'See also' to 'a plus b' refering to 'valuea plus valueb', and vica versa for valuea plus valueb'
- Planck 02:39, 1 February 2009 (CET)