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From: Dustin Sallings <dustin@s...>
Subject: [Caml-list] newbie type problem

	I'm fairly new to caml, but have run into something I can't seem to 
figure out.

	I'm trying to rewrite an application I'd originally written in python 
(and scheme, and eiffel, and C, etc...), but I can't seem to figure out 
how to define the type I want.  Basically, it might look something like 

type per_block = {
     pb_ts: int;
     pb_counts: [hashtable goes here];
     pb_times: [hashtable goes here];

	Can anybody tell me what I'm actually trying to do here?

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