[Haskell-cafe] Existential quantification of environments.
ahey at iee.org
Tue Nov 22 07:54:43 EST 2005
On Tuesday 22 Nov 2005 10:39 am, Keean Schupke wrote:
> If I have a function:
> f x y = add x y
> and I want to type the function in isolation, then the type of 'add' is
> essentially carried in the environment...
I am no expert in type theory so I'm probably about to get way
out of my depth, but isn't this what "principal typings" are all
about (as distinct from "principal types"). Maybe a look at type
system CT would be useful too.
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