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From: Andreas Rossberg <rossberg@p...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Polymorphism and the "for" loop
Harrison, John R wrote:
> That's true. In any case I assume (given that a recursive type is some
> kind of least fixed point) that you can define an empty type in OCaml
> like
> this:
>   # type void = Constr of void;; 
>   type void = Constr of void


   let rec x = Constr x


	- Andreas

Andreas Rossberg,

Let's get rid of those possible thingies!  -- TB

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