26 Feb 2002 00:12:32 +0100
The documentation of the -yet unimplemented- class System.ArgIterator
looks deceptively simple. It does iterate a variable argument list. But
how is it supposed to do this? There seems to be some (InternalCall??)
magic behind it. The .NET FrameWork does not state how the arguments to
the constructors are to be interpreted. The first parameter of each of
the two constructors of ArgIterator is even of a type
(RunTimeArgumentHandle) without any documented members.