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From: Diego Olivier Fernandez Pons <Diego-Olivier.FERNANDEZ-PONS@c...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Two types of efficiency (Was Efficiency of 'a list)

On Tue, 6 May 2003, Nicolas Cannasse wrote:

> Few people here are currently running the "ExtLib" - ocaml extended
> library - project, and are trying to answer theses questions. For an
> example of a structure that can be used to convert from and between
> several different data structures, you could have a look at the Enum
> module from the ExtLib CVS here :

I read the code but I am afraid I didn't catch the point : what is the
difference between the 'enum' data structure and a ('a * int) stream ?
Why is it more convenient than other data structures as an itermediate
data representation ?

        Diego Olivier

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