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From: james woodyatt <jhw@w...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] functional objects
On Saturday, Oct 19, 2002, at 13:48 US/Pacific, Didier Remy wrote:
> [I wrote:]
>> What I want is for a superclass class to be able to expose an 
>> interface
>> to subclasses for constructing copies with arguments.  Is this a bad
>> idea?  Has it already been considered and rejected?  Just curious.
>
> Would the following code makes you happy?
> [...]
>         (* derived functional subclass (notice method g) *)
>         class bar y = object
>           inherit foo 0
>           val y: int = y
>           method g a b = {< y = b >} # foo a
>         end;;

What would that look like in the multiple inheritance case?


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