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From: qrczak@k...
Subject: Re: How to cleanly encode "quasi-constants"?
01 Jul 2000 20:01:54 +1000, Julian Assange <proff@iq.org> pisze:

> The revised syntax is cleaner, but drops so much syntactic sugar,
> that the language becomes ugly due to its verbosity.

It introduces many []'s. Haskell uses optional layout to avoid that
many brackets and separators. In OCaml it would look similar to this:

value rec iter_row f row = do
    List.iter
       (fun (_, fi) -> match row_field_repr fi with
            Rpresent (Some ty) -> f ty
            Reither _ tl _     -> List.iter f tl
            _                  -> ())
       row.row_fields
    return (match (repr row.row_more).desc with
        Tvariant row -> iter_row f row
        Tvar -> do
            Misc.may (fun (_, l) -> List.iter f l) row.row_name
            return (List.iter f row.row_bound)
        _ -> assert False)

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