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From: Brandon J. Van Every <vanevery@i...>
Subject: [Caml-list] OCaml local user groups
Do any OCaml local user groups exist anywhere, in any city, other than
ML S*attle?

If any exist, it is time to make an inventory of them, create a mailing
list for their organizers, and get it up on the web somewhere.  There
are no resources of this sort on .  It would be
nice if INRIA facilitated such an effort on their website, but I don't
know what their responsiveness is for getting such things done.  I'd
love to hear they'd consider it trivial, if presented with the needed

If none exist, then we could discuss why.  I will say in advance,
however, that it takes a gang leader for things like this to exist.  One
day I decided, "I will do this."  Any local group starts with 1 person
doing the heavy lifting.

Brand*n Van Every               S*attle, WA

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  int $[tvar0][2*100]; // what the c function needs
  value $[tvar1]; // one int
  value $[tvar2]; // one tuple
  int $[tvar3] // loop control var
  $[lvar0] = alloc(2*100, 0 /*NB: zero-tagged block*/ );
  for(int $[tvar3]=0;$[tvar3]<100;$[tvar3]++) {
    $[tvar2] = alloc_tuple(2);
    $[tvar1] = Val_int($[cvar0][0+2*$[tvar3]]);
    $[tvar1] = Val_int($[cvar0][1]);

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