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From: David Baelde <David.Baelde@e...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] inference engine

 What would mean [> int] & 'a ? Which types belong to this one ?
 For me, the [<> ...] notion has a only meaning for objects.

 Actually, I don't understand very well your example, since
 the constraint on x is not a good thing in ocaml (not necessary)
 and if you remove it, "f x = x" allows polymorphism.

 Could you explain us again your idea ?

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