Re: Slight change of the Curry syntax

From: Wolfgang Lux <wlux_at_uni-muenster.de>
Date: Tue, 02 Sep 2003 13:07:41 +0200

Michael Hanus wrote:
> Exactly, and since there is this asymmetry even with the
> upper/lowercase requirement of Haskell, I am not in favor
> to restrict names to this requirement but require to write
> spaces before the dot if there is an identifier in front.
> Thus, the new proposal is to interpret a name (module identifier)
> directly followed by a dot and a name (or operator) always as
> a qualified identifier (as in the current syntax definition).
> Thus, the arithmetic sequence example must be written as
>
> f i = [i ..]
>
> and one can still qualify the operator "." as "prelude..".
>
> Ok?

Yes.

Regards
Wolfgang


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