//Demonstrates dynamic initialization of vars. //Static vars are, essentually, global vars. class Test { I32 time; U8 name[8]; }; Test g1[]={ {10,"Name1"}, {(tS%10.0)*100,"Name2"}, //Dynamic initialization {30,"Name3"} }; D(g1,sizeof(g1)); "Time 1:%d\n",g1[1].time; U0 Main1() { static Test s1[]={ {10,"Static1"}, {(tS%10.0)*100,"Static2"}, //Dynamic initialization {30,"Static3"} }; D(s1,sizeof(s1)); "Time 2:%d\n",s1[1].time; } Main1; /*Now, we'll use the data heap glbl option to force global vars onto the data heap. You can turn the data heap flag on and off within your programs, leaving ones which need initialization on the code heap. You can't dynamically initialize data heap glbls--they are consts. This might be a silly point, but might res in odd differences, perhaps from the order things are evaluated. Data heap glbls are good for AOT modules because they don't take-up room in the .BIN.Z file. */ #ifjit #exe {Option(OPTf_GLBLS_ON_DATA_HEAP,ON);}; Test g2[]={ {10,"name1"}, {(tS%10.0)*100,"name2"}, //No dynamic initialization--cvted to const {30,"name3"} }; D(g2,sizeof(g2)); "Time 3:%d\n",g2[1].time; U0 Main2() { static Test s2[]={ {10,"static1"}, {(tS%10.0)*100,"static2"}, //No dynamic initialization--cvted to const {30,"static3"} }; D(s2,sizeof(s2)); "Time 4:%d\n",s2[1].time; } Main2; #exe {Option(OPTf_GLBLS_ON_DATA_HEAP,ON);}; #endif '\n';