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From: henridf@l...
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] hash objectified
> > Hashtbl.add h "foo" "bar" <--> h#add "foo" "bar"
> > 
> > Because it is shorter to type -> less errors, quicker programming
> > OO can be cool. (see ruby)
> > I'm not OO fan, but lazy :)
> 
> If that's the reason, once you do
>     module H = Hashtbl
> then
>     H.add h "foo" "bar"
> is only two characters longer, and one shift shorter :-)
> And the compiler ensures the exact type of h, and you know statically
> what function you call -> less to keep in your head -> less errors,
> quicker programming.
> 
and quicker at runtime too i would assume.


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