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From: Gabriel Kerneis <gabriel.kerneis@e...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Functional Reactive GUI for O'Caml
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Le Wed, 20 Dec 2006 10:38:22 -0500, "Chris King"
<> a =E9crit :
>     * Is the API clear and understandable? e.g. does the above example
> make sense, even to those not familiar with functional reactive
> programming?

Not at all. I must say this is the very first time I've met reactive
programming. But although the underlying concept seems clear to me, I
can't figure out how your example is working.

It might have been clearer if I had read a quick tutorial or how-to
before. But your question targeted newbies, so let me give you a
total newbie's answer : I just can't get it ;-)

It seems interesting though, I think I'll have a look at it in a near
Gabriel Kerneis

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