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From: Arturo Borquez <aborquez@a...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Haskell features in O'Caml
On Sun, 23 September 2001, Florian Hars wrote:

.....
> > > Also if a function is named using operator symbols it can be used as
> > > an operator, e.g if &&& is defined as:
> > Ocaml:
> > # let ( &&& ) x y = if x >= y then x else y;;
> 
> But you cannot change the fixity, it is defined by the first char of
> the operator, ie. ++, +*/- and +@%&!- all have the same precedence and
> associativity as +.

Yes, but default associativity can be overriden using
proper parens, and produces more readable code.

Best regards
Arturo 


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