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From: isaac gouy <igouy@y...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Easy solution in OCaml?
As-far-as-I-can-tell the current version, Clean 2.0.2,
seems to be more capable than whichever version of
Clean is being discussed here-


Siegfried Gonzi wrote:
> Clean or OCaml where you would have to re-write all
> your functions because the structure of your 
> return-list has changed

Existential Types in Clean 2.0.2 seem designed to deal
with exactly this issue?
Page 92 of "Functional Programming in Clean". 


Markus Mottl wrote:
> I actually find it strange that there is no such 
> thing like if-then-else in Clean.

if-then-else is described on p35 of "Functional
Programming in Clean". 

Available from
http://www.cs.kun.nl/~clean/contents/Clean_Book/clean_book.html


best wishes, Isaac


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