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Date: -- (:)
From: Berke Durak <berke.durak@e...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] OO programming
Edgar Friendly a écrit :
> Tiphaine.Turpin wrote:
>>>  or they are required by the GUI
>>> layer), and that OCaml has now way to seperate method/function
>>> declaration and type declaration (unless one uses a mli file, which is
>>> again inconvenient because it splits information that belongs together
>>> into two complete different places). I'd really appreciate it if one
>>> could just mix "val" type declcarations with "let" or "method" code
>>> declarations.
>>>   
>> I don't understand what you want here.
> 
> I read him as asking for .ml files to contain what .mli files now
> contain - i.e. method/function declarations
> 
> Example - string_annex.ml:
> 
> val init: int -> (int -> char) -> string
> 
> let init n f =
>   let s = make n (f 0) in
>   for i=1 to n-1 do
>     set s i (f i);
>   done;
>   s
> 
> 
> OCaml doesn't permit this at the moment because val statements go in
> .mli files (or in sig blocks) only.
> 

Yes that could be nice but it's no biggie IMHO.

  let init n f =
    let s = make n (f 0) in
    for i=1 to n-1 do
      set s i (f i);
    done;
    s

  let init : int -> (int -> char) -> string = init

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Berke DURAK