Hi,

In message "Re: Do you want ":=" operator?"
    on 04/07/16, "Xiangyu Yang" <xiangyu.yang / gmail.com> writes:

|I can't use << and other operators, for they are all meaningful in my
|CPU model and have precedence problem. And I can't force anybody to
|program "R0.assign(R0&R1)" for my CPU, otherwise I will be kicked to
|death. I have to translate "Rx=..." to "Rx.assign ...", then eval the
|latter.

I don't think I'm going to add ":=" just for cosmetic purpose.  But
you can define "attribute assignment method" such as "x.foo=val".
Can you accept method call like "R.x=..." instead of "Rx := ..."?

							matz.