Re: Variable Input on procedure - pass by value or pass by reference?
On Mar 19, 8:59*am, Tricky <Trickyh...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On 19 Mar, 15:58, Tricky <Trickyh...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > I have the following in my code:
> > type img_2d_ptr is access image_grey_2D_t;
> > type image_array_t is array(natural range <>) of img_2d_ptr;
> > shared variable PIP_IMAGES *: image_array_t(PIP_REGISTERS'range) :=
> > read_PIP_images;
> > procedure destroy_images( variable x : in image_array_t ) is
> > begin
> > * for i in x'range loop
> > * * DEALLOCATE( x(i) );
> > * end loop;
> > end procedure destroy_images;
> > The pass by reference/value is quite important here, because I need to
> > actually make sure the images are actually deallocated, and it doesnt
> > deallocate just a copy of them.
> > Would it just be safer to ignore the input on the procedure and just
> > deallocate the PIP_IMAGES shared variable directly?
> Having just read that to myself, it must be pass by reference, else
> the DEALLOCATE procedure itself wouldnt work!- Hide quoted text -
> - Show quoted text -
Shouldn't the parameter be an "inout" and not just "in" ?
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