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Editor 2 × Eureka! Newbie
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Hello, I've been exploring different repositories and noticed inconsistencies in how opcodes are defined. For example, in the ft and nft implementation withi...
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I am encountering an inconsistency when calling my_address() in different contexts and hope someone can help me understand why this is happening. When I call...
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I found a strange behavior in func bitwise operation. I don't understand why. slice slice0 = begin_cell().store_coins(123).end_cell().begin_parse(); int resu...
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0 Standard method for defining opcodes in func?

Thank you for the clarification!

Also, I think the nft standard implementation should be updated. It currently uses builder_null?, which no longer exists in stdlib, and defines opcodes using the outdated method. This can be confusing, especially for newcomers to the language

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