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From: artboreb@n...
Subject: RE: [Caml-list] Why are type functions postfix? (Tim Freeman) wrote:

>In OCAML and other ML dialects I've used, you say:
>   let x: int ref = ref 3
>Is there any reason that type functions like the first "ref" are
>postfix, unlike function application like the second "ref" that is
In the revised syntax (Camlp4) that is:

value x : ref int = ref 3; (* ref prefixed on both sides *)

Arturo Borquez

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