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From: John Max Skaller <skaller@o...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] ocaml complexity wrote:

> Those who are content with getting by with a small subset of a language
> probably don't like programming and so will not be willing to learn a new
> language.

	I find that a strange comment. I know C++ pretty well,
but I only use a subset of it. Indeed, I claim that this is
_because_ I know it so well. Preferably, the empty subset :-)

	I use a subset of Ocaml for a different reason:
the subset seems adequate for what I need, and I don't
understand some of the higher level constructions well enough
to rely on them. In this case, I'd love to learn more ..
which is why I read this list :-)

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