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From: David Brown <caml-list@d...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Why must types be always defined at the top level?
On Thu, Jun 24, 2004 at 09:46:11PM +0200, John Hughes wrote:

> defines a function applicable to ALL types? I actually *liked*
> being able to say something like
> 
> let f x y z:int = (x = y) && (y = z)

You can, you just need parens:

  # let f x y (z:int) = (x = y) && (y = z)
  val f : int -> int -> int -> bool = <fun>

Dave

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