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Date: 2003-05-21 (10:05)
From: Eray Ozkural <exa@k...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Reading a file
On Wednesday 21 May 2003 12:16, Markus Mottl wrote:
> It's really just a matter of practice: I never use type annotations,
> because my functions usually have parameter names that speak for
> themselves. Only library functions get an explicit interface, both for
> abstraction and documentation - in a separate file.

Err. Yes, but anybody who's used Haskell will know that those annotations can 
be handy when you're writing the code. They are harmless too, why don't we 
have such a syntax?


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