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From: Krishnaswami, Neel <neelk@c...>
Subject: Re: "Re: [Caml-list] A G'Caml question" + additional info
Patrick M Doane [] wrote:
> On Mon, 2 Jul 2001, Brian Rogoff wrote:
> > I'm convinced that the include scheme, when properly integrated with
> > modules, will be sufficient. We need more experience with 
> > the current scheme. 
> I'm convinced now too, it took me a day or two to think things over to
> come to the same conclusion. 

Can you describe how I'd write something like the show function in 
Haskell, or the print-object generic function in Dylan? I've looked
at the G'Caml documentation, and it doesn't look like it's possible
to extend a generic function with new branches.

Neel Krishnaswami
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