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Operation << and >> are not supported by JEDI code format 2 years 2 days ago #15336

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New object passcal support << and >> as the same feature to shr and shl, it works well in new FPC.
But JEDI code format in CT7.2 does not support << and >>.
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Operation << and >> are not supported by JEDI code format 2 years 1 day ago #15339

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What is <<New object pascal>> and <<new FPC>> ?
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Operation << and >> are not supported by JEDI code format 2 years 1 day ago #15340

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Sorry for this imprecisely description. In my view, object pascal is in evolution´╝îso "new" mean the latest versioni of PFC or other object pascal compiler.
'<<' and '>>' are bit wise operations in many other language, like c and c++, now object pascal support it as bit wise operation , have the same feature as shr and shl.

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Operation << and >> are not supported by JEDI code format 2 years 1 day ago #15341

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Yes
but CT use always the latest FPC from trunk, updated dally,
so if FPC has this ability then and CT has the same ability.
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Operation << and >> are not supported by JEDI code format 2 years 1 day ago #15342

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It seems that JEDI code format's last update is around the year of 2013. May be '<<' or '>>' is supported after 2013 by FPC, so JEDI code format does not porcess '<< 'or '>>' properly.
sample code : g_offset := (lwState << 24);
then JEDI code format will show a error message ,see file attached.
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Operation << and >> are not supported by JEDI code format 2 years 22 hours ago #15343

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Sir
We make some changes to JEDI code format (lz_Jcf2) at LAB CT ver 7.3
I hope to work for you
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