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match case unused

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On Fri, Feb 27, 2015 at 5:16 PM, Roelof Wobben rwobben@hotmail.com ... Another possible misconception is with the use of the "when" clause. You could define
Lukasz Stafiniak
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Feb 28

Where is the syntax error

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Thanks, I will do that later. Things like tail recursion is not discussed in the first three chapters. Roelof To: ocaml_beginners@yahoogroups.com From:
Roelof Wobben
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Feb 27

why here a int and not a float ?

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Thanks, This did the trick : let multiply_ten x = x *. 10.0 Roelof ... Thanks, This did the trick : let multiply_ten x = x *. 10.0 Roelof > To:
Roelof Wobben
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Feb 22

beginners question

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... For getting the basics it is ok, it is mainly learning by doing with some explanations. ... Real World Ocaml covers a lot of things and is really good,
Robert Jakob
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Feb 18

speed of 32 bit versus 64 installations

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Your code seems to do 64-bit integer calculations. The register-size is 64 bit on x64 but 32 bit on x86. This means that arithmetic operations on 64 bit
Markus Weißmann
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Feb 17

Porting prooftree to ocaml 4.x

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Thanks! Perhaps there should be more cross-referencing from the discussion of comments in the docs?
perry_wagle
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Feb 14

Writing uncommon ASCII characters programmatically

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I got it now, it works fine when I use to \xdd. My text editor uses UTF-8 encoding.Thank you. JD De : "Gabriel Scherer gabriel.scherer@gmail.com
Doyle Jonathan
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Jan 27
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