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From: skaller <skaller@u...>
Subject: Re: lazyness in ocaml (was : [Caml-list] kprintf with user formatters)
On Wed, 2004-07-28 at 20:17, Jason Smith wrote:

> > > f x <==> let x' = x in f x'

> I'm not exactly sure why u defined the substitution principle like this, the
> syntax should be a non-issue.  

I'm talking about programming in a specific language Ocaml, 
defined in terms of its syntax -- so there is no choice but to
talk about it in those terms. Ocaml is Ocaml not
lambda calculus :)

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