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From: Michael Alexander Hamburg <hamburg@f...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Q: Correct locations for macro camlp4 extensions
Which Haskell operator features does this emulate?  I know you can make an 
operator without any camlp4 that does right-associative application, basically 
let (@@) f x = f x.  Does this do it with less overhead? Or does it enable 
expressions like (/ 5) or (+ 3) as in Haskell (that would be cool...)?

Mike

Quoting Jan Kybic <kybic@fel.cvut.cz>:

> Hello,
>         I quite like some of the OCaml syntax extensions implemented
> with campl4 that I gathered so far, for example:
...
>     operator composition (like "$" in Haskell)
... 
> Jan
> 
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