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From: SooHyoung Oh <shoh@d...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Calling a function with a self-defined type as argument

>
> (*
>    let _ = x Line "h0oifdaji oi" ;;
>    This last one does not work: => "This function is applied to too many
arguments"
>

"x" expects only one argument, but it has 2.

>    let _ = x Line( "reuruhjf" ) ;;
>    This last one does not work: => "This function is applied to too many
arguments"
>

Same as the first one. In this example, () has no effect.
In most cases, "a(b)" is the same meaning as "a b" in Ocaml.

>    But it works in this way:
>    let _ = x (Line "reuruhjf") ;;
>
>    WHY?         (why *only* that?)
>

"x" is applied to one argument.

>    At least the second example (with parantheses around the
>    Line's arguments) should work...?!
> *)

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