String != [Char]
qdunkan at gmail.com
Tue Mar 27 03:40:46 CEST 2012
> No-one's yet argued against OverloadedStrings. I think there /is/ an
> argument to be made, that it introduces ambiguity and could break
> existing programs (probably we can extend defaulting to take care of
Definitely, I have ones that would need some :: sprinkled in.
> this, but I think there are people who'd be happier if we killed
> defaulting too). Too much polymorphism /can/ be a bad thing. But I
Also me :) I'd like that 'default' keyword back too, it's too useful
for variables names to waste on something so obscure.
That said, I like OverloadedStrings.
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