From: John Max Skaller (skaller_at_[hidden])
Date: 2001-05-08 23:41:58
Christoph Koegl wrote:
> skaller_at_[hidden] said:
> > You can get rid of functions of more than one argument. They don't
> > exist in mathematics, and they shouldn't exist in C++ either.
> What branch of mathematics in particular did you have in mind?
I think I'll just buy out of this argument.
I have suggested an approach that reduces the complexity
of designing generic function combinators to constant
complexity for the one off linear cost of providing
a tuple type.
I know this approach works, because I implemented
it years ago. I also know that there are limitations,
and that those limitations stem from the core language
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