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I'm getting pointless cast warnings when assigning literals. An implicit conversion fo the types does not exist but the compiler automatically converts literals in these cases AFAIK.
t = 6;
t = 6.0;
I have checked this issue, but I getting warning for float value.
Refer screen cast: http://www.screencast.com/t/aQ2LxamoQ
Please let me know if this warning is issue.
Version 4.2.3 (build 154)
Release ID: 402030154
Git revision: 4dca4a28d7ecc2c4df8a4d58e74b8902d0283b53
Xamarin addins: cc120a6f639fa6649aa4d23a0f0e7c5701134047
t = 6.0;
isn't correct - the IDE should warn on that since it doesn't compile. The bug was in :
t = 6;
int->uint conversion does the compiler.
As per comment 3,I mark this as verified.