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Date: 2009-04-07 (21:33)
From: Goswin von Brederlow <goswin-v-b@w...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Subtyping
Peng Zang <> writes:

> On Tuesday 07 April 2009 03:41:32 am David MENTRE wrote:
>> Hello,
>> On Tue, Apr 7, 2009 at 07:48, Goswin von Brederlow <> 
> wrote:
>> > In the last 2 weeks I've been playing around with lots of different
>> > ways to do the same thing to get a feel for what style suites me
>> > best. If you have improvements or alternative ways of doing the two
>> > things below let me know.
>> Well, if you are learning OCaml, I would advise you to read regular
>> OCaml code, e.g. the standard library. You'll learn The Right OCaml
>> Style(tm).
> Certainly reading the standard library is good.  Useful for learning 
> techniques, idioms, etc..  I wouldn't say that there is one Right OCaml 
> Style(tm) though.  Actually part of why I like OCaml is that it supports 
> imperative, object oriented and functional paradigms and you can switch 
> between them depending on the task.

Exactly. And so far I've been kind of stuck with one or the other so I
wanted to see how things look using different paradigms in ocaml.

> Cheers,
> Peng