What about letting x.( ... ? ... ) be equivalent to ( ... x ... )
al at none.fr
Sun Oct 9 15:50:40 CEST 2005
> It seems to me that what you proposed was a "solution", that seems
> obvious only to you, to a problem perceived only by you.
> I am afraid you would have to work rather harder to persuade me that
> there is a problem, let alone that you have found the solution to it.
Hello, I never said there is a problem, since you can do whithout it. I
just said that in some cases, it's better and cleaner to do it in
another way, and also that this solution is a complement : it does not
replace or break nothing.
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