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Re: Re: Types in Mathematica

On Fri, 18 Nov 2005, John Doty wrote:


> Try defining an "argument" that operates on its "function" in any other
> language. Of course few Mathematica programmers would do anything this

But is it not just operator overloading? In Python, for example, adding
numbers with + gives a number, but "adding" two lists with + concatenates
them. Of course, in a Python class one can define it only for given
methods and in Mathematica for any function. But the essence is the same
and quite analogous.

Kristjan Kannike

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