The dreaded M-R

Philippa Cowderoy flippa at
Thu Jan 26 09:31:13 EST 2006

On Thu, 26 Jan 2006, Johannes Waldmann wrote:

> If this seems impossible, then the function itself probably *is*
> complex, and its type would give valuable information,
> and I don't see what a programmer (or a reader) benefits
> from a language that allows to omit this information.

For one, because that makes it possible to load it into an interpreter and 
be told the type. 

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