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Re: What databases have taught me

From: Aloha Kakuikanu <aloha.kakuikanu_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 30 Jun 2006 10:28:51 -0700
Message-ID: <1151688531.626978.72410@y41g2000cwy.googlegroups.com>

Dmitry A. Kazakov wrote:
> On 30 Jun 2006 09:39:29 -0700, Marshall wrote:
>
> > Given a set A, and a set B.
> > Given a function f: A -> B
> >
> > We would not *necessarily* consider f as part of the definition of A.
>
> Absolutely. f is a part of definition of both.
>
> type <-> function is a relation. "Member" function is rubbish. BTW, when I
> talk about multiple dispatch I do include results of functions. So, say
>
> + : A x B -> C
>
> is triple dispatching. It is an operation of types A, B, C.

Could you give an example of double dispatched function? Todether with a collection of objects where this function is applied upon? Received on Fri Jun 30 2006 - 12:28:51 CDT

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