Another question wrt hiding imports
Thu, 12 Jul 2001 07:14:13 -0700
See Section 4.4.2, after the table. Does that answer the qestion?
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| From: S. Alexander Jacobson [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]=20
| Sent: 12 July 2001 15:03
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| Subject: Re: Another question wrt hiding imports
| I asked this a while ago and never got an answer. Asking=20
| again in better context:
| How do you control importing operator precedence?
| Suppose that you have:
| f x =3D 2 + 2 * x
| And an imported module increases the precedence of (+).
| You end up getting mangled.
| My assumption is that the only way to protect yourself from=20
| this is to import qualified so A.+ has a different precedence from +.
| But I don't think the report promises this. The report just=20
| promises that A.+ has the same precedence as (+) inside module A.
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