"Higher order syntactic sugar"
gale at sefer.org
Thu Dec 14 13:56:48 EST 2006
>> ... <= is already used as "smaller than
>> or equal to" :)
> ...what about this: pattern =< expr
> ... let!, perhaps, but that would probably be too
> noisy for pattern guards? (also, we don't want to steal nice infix ops like <==)
I had suggested <<-
I wouldn't mind <-- or <== or the like.
I think any of these better suggest "similiarity to <- yet different".
(<= would have been perfect. Humph! They beat us to it.)
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