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From: Oleg <oleg_inconnu@m...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Why is (@) written in O'Caml?
On Thursday 05 December 2002 04:55 pm, Pal-Kristian Engstad wrote:

> Okey - I see where you're coming from. Since we know that we're creating a
> new copy of a list, we know there will be references to it elsewhere, hence
> we may see it as a mutable list

s/be/be not/


> Is that what you mean?



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