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--- Comment #8 from Don <> 2011-04-06 07:10:00 PDT ---
(In reply to comment #7)
> Is it possible/good to encode the simple constant default arguments (ints,
> strings, etc) in the type/signature of the delegate, and refuse the other 
> types
> of default arguments?

What good would adding that corner case be?
I think it's just a bizarre and silly feature. It's a horrendously complicated
and confusing way of doing one special case of currying.
If you really need this ability (which I doubt), you can achieve the same thing
via a struct with two opCall overloads.

Just kill it.

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