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From: Andreas Rossberg <AndreasRossberg@w...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Instruction selection in the OCaml compiler: Modulesor classes?
Tom <> wrote:
> I think you should take a look at another currently active thread  -
> "Feature request : Tuples vs. records". One of the red lines there is the
> comparison of structural versus nominal typing - classes and objects
> belonging to the former, and modules and records to the latter.

Not exactly: ML modules employ fully structural typing and subtyping. That 
is their big strength, in contrast to comparable features in most other 
languages (particularly typical notions of class).

- Andreas