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From: Stefano Zacchiroli <zack@c...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] CamlP4 Revised syntax comment
On Fri, Oct 25, 2002 at 12:02:47PM -0700, wrote:
> comparison, and this change removes that overloading and uses a 
> fairly common (C, Haskell, Clean,...) symbol == for equality.

It's an idea that is worth considering. It fits well with the consistent
use of the other C like operators as "||" and "&&" and the disposal of

> Physical reference equality should be used rather sparingly anyways so
> it is better perhaps that it not even be infix. 

I've seen somewhere the operator "===" for physical equality, infix
obviously. It's not really diffused but seems to me that is really

>     Another possible change along the same lines is having =/= or /= for 
> inequality, which happens to look a little more like the mathematical 
> symbol. 

Uhm ... I disagree here, changing an operator in favour of a more
diffused one is comfortable, adopting a new one from scratch just
because it look more like the mathematical symbol can be really
confusing ...


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