From: David Abrahams (dave_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-08-05 10:06:41
Rob Stewart <stewart_at_[hidden]> writes:
>> > What about user-supplied predicates? You can't use infix
>> > notation then.
>> all_of(a)._(frobnicates, any_of(b))
>> all_of(a)._,frobnicates, any_of(b)
>> all_of(a)._ %frobnicates% any_of(b)
>> all_of(a)._ |frobnicates| any_of(b)
>> all_of(a)._ <frobnicates> any_of(b)
> That gives some notion of infix, but it seems entirely too
> contrived to me.
> What about this:
> all_of(a)(frobnicates, any_of(b))
> It seems a little better.
I started there, but the placement of parens seems to arbitrary and
unbalanced. Also, the whole point of infix is to get rid of those.
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