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From: Michaël_Grünewald <michael-grunewald@w...>
Subject: [Caml-list] Re: Wasn't O'Caml a functional language?
Alessandro Baretta <> writes:


> Anyway, my main claim, although misdirected, in not entirely
> faulty. Queue.transfer can be thought of as analogous to
> List.append. When I write let list = list1 @ list2 I do not expect
> side-effects on list1 or list2.

Then you maybe should use Lists, why, if queues have the same behavior than
lists, give them a different name ?
Michaël Grünewald <>  - RSA PGP Key ID: 0x20D90C12
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