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--- Comment #2 from Steven Schveighoffer <> 2011-02-10 
11:10:45 PST ---
Actually, I feel that it should work on both sides.  The spec states that the
compiler rewrites for example "a + b" as:

try a.opBinary!("+")(b), see if it compiles, if not, try

Since the dot operator automatically dereferences, I think it should also in
this case after the rewrite.

Note, opIn_r is not supposed to be used anymore, opBinaryRight!("in") is used,
but it still should be a rewrite.  However, the opBinaryRight!("in") doesn't
work at all...

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