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--- Comment #2 from Andrej Mitrovic <> 2012-02-26 
14:52:16 PST ---
Nested functions are a great feature, especially when experimenting with code
and when I need to do some quick filtering over e.g. hashes but need to access
some outer state. With nested functions I don't have to use global variables or
use ref parameters (I'm talking about non-static functions).

I've just tried using overloaded functions but failed and found this in
bugzilla. It's not a big issue, I can rename the functions.. but I'd like to
know the rationale for this limitation.

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