jeff.polakow at db.com
Fri Nov 7 11:33:33 EST 2008
This compiles fine:
foo :: forall b. (b -> String, Int)
foo = (const "hi", 0)
bar :: (forall b. b -> String, Int)
bar = (const "hi", 0)
but changing the definition of bar to:
bar = foo
causes a type error.
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