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From: tim@f...
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Polymorphic variants as type parameters
>The problem is that when you say [> `X | `Y | `Z] you describe a type
>that contains at *least* `X, `Y, and `Z, and possibly others.

Thanks much.  I had figured that since the `X | `Y | `Z was on the
right side of the ">", it was the one that was supposed to be lesser,
like the "2" in 3 > 2.  Tricky syntax.

Tim Freeman
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