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Date: 2001-10-27 (23:46)
From: Pixel <pixel@m...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] raise extra arg ignored
Daniel de Rauglaudre <> writes:

> I wonder whether there are situations where it could be a problem?
> Sometimes, a missing semicolon can introduce typing errors or perhaps
> work with different semantics (what is very bad). But here, I don't
> see, since, generally, nobody add another statement after a "raise".
> Does anybody have an example?

well, mine was not a big deal, twas something like this:

  failwith "foo %s bar" (foo bar)

which of course should have been

  failwith (sprintf "foo %s bar" (foo bar))

it didn't take me long to understand what the pb was, but at runtime ;p
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