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From: Christopher L Conway <cconway@c...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] log function without evaluate arguments
On 11/6/07, Brian Hurt <> wrote:
>  Also, creating a lazy thunk in Ocaml is expensive (like 140+ clock cycles),
> while passing an argument into a function is cheap- and the common case will
> be that the argument won't need to be evaluated, just passed in.

What does this mean? Did OCaml become non-strict while I wasn't looking?