RFC: Syntax for implicit parameter bindings

Dylan Thurston [email protected]
Mon, 4 Feb 2002 16:58:05 -0500


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On Mon, Feb 04, 2002 at 01:33:54PM -0800, Ashley Yakeley wrote:
> At 2002-02-04 01:45, Koen Claessen wrote:
>=20
> > | addBase{?base=3D7} 5
> >
> >I like this! It is the least polluting syntax of all.
>=20
> Hmm... you have braces without following a keyword. I think in all other=
=20
> cases, braces follow a keyword (where, let, do, of).

Field updates use braces which do not follow a keyword, with very
similar syntax.  I don't know about all the implications, but I do like
the proposal.

--Dylan

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