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From: Johan Baltié <johan.baltie@w...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] generic programming
> Hi
> Is generic programming possible with O'Caml? Suppose I want to find 
> the Pearson correlation between two sets of real numbers represented 
> as sets, arrays, big_arrays, maps, stacks, queues or lists. Is it 
> possible to have one piece of code that handles all of these 
> containers, a generic function of some sort? (Iteration is all that is 
> necessary in the Pearson correlation example)

Aren't you looking for functors ??
( part 2.3)

Or did I miss something ?


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