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James Hague <>
Tue May 28 18:05:43 CEST 2002


>  Umm - and then we can say "Erlang has got Monads!" 

Heh.  That was my first thought.

Or, as much as I hate to suggest it, Perl's pronouns take care of this as
well.  Let's say that the caret (^) means "value returned by the preceding
expression in a comma delineated sequence":

foo(Value) ->
	bar(Value),
	baz(^),
	zab(^),
	{ok, ^).

It's sort of a visual pointer to the preceding line.



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