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From: Bruce Hoult <bruce@h...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] getting the value of the first expression
At 5:44 PM +0800 18/10/01, Rafael 'Dido' Sevilla wrote:
>emit_parm "ldc" offset;
>emit "ind"
>The value of this whole expression is the value of the emit application.
>  What if I want the value of the entire expression to be the value of
>the emit_parm application?  I can't interchange the order of these two
>expressions obviously because the two function applications have side

You just need a variable binding:

   let result = emit_parm "ldc" offset in
      emit "ind";

-- Bruce
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