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Date: 2010-11-10 (03:19)
From: Arlen Christian Mart Cuss <arlen@n...>
Subject: Infix function composition operator
Hi all,

I know this was asked at least 12 years ago[1], but is there any
consensus or reason for there not being a "compose" function in standard
OCaml, nor an infix operator?

At the moment I tend to "let compose" or "let (<<-) f g x = f (g x)",
but I wish I didn't have to!