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From: Jean-Baptiste Rouquier <jrouquie@e...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] OCaml error message
Replace "div" with "/".

By the way, you don't need to write the types of the functions : just write
  let rec ggT (x,y) =
    if y = 0 then x
    else ggT (y, x mod y)
and rely on type inference.
There is also a beginer's list : 
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ocaml_beginners/.
Regards,

Jean-Baptiste Rouquier
http://perso.ens-lyon.fr/jean-baptiste.rouquier


>---cut---
>type rat = int * int;;
>
>exception Denominator_Zero;;
>
>let rec ggT : (int * int) -> int = fun (x,y) -> if y = 0 then x else ggT 
>(y, x mod y)
>
>let kgV : int * int -> int = fun (x,y) -> (x / ggT (x,y)) * y 
>
>let kuerze : rat -> rat = function (m,n)  -> if n = 0 then raise 
>Denominator_Zero
>				else let g=ggT (m,n) in (m div g,n div g)
>---cut---
>
>Loading it with #use give the following error message, which I do not 
>understand. Could anyone help me?
>
>---cut--
># #use "B2A3.ml";;
>type rat = int * int
>exception Denominator_Zero
>val ggT : int * int -> int = <fun>
>val kgV : int * int -> int = <fun>
>File "B2A3.ml", line 10, characters 29-30:
>This expression is not a function, it cannot be applied
>---cut---
>

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