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From: Anton Moscal <msk@p...>
Subject: [Caml-list] format types


let _ = printf (["abc\n"; "def\n"]:('a,'b,'c) format list)

work properly, but:

 let _ = printf ["abc\n"; "def\n"]

doesn't compiled with message

 This expression has type ('a, out_channel, unit) format -> 'a
 but is here used with type string -> 'b

I know, O'Caml format type is a hack, but I can't undertand difference 
between thees two expressions for the type inference algorighm.

Anton Moscal
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