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From: Issac Trotts <ijtrotts@u...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] failwith, raise and type inference
> This doesn't look very much related to the original thread.
> But you just have to find an operator with the right associativity.
> 
>     let (@<) f x = f x ;;
>     print_string @< String.capitalize  @< "foo" ^ "bar" ;;
> 
> Since the first character decides the associativity, you might also
> choose @@, @>, or anything you like. ^^, ^@, ... would have the same
> associativity and precedence also.
> Look at section 6.7 of the manual for infix operators and their
> precedences.

Why not just use parens?

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