> IndexedList is useful if somebody wants to port code which
> uses differernt indexing.

My point is, for List, one should not use index to get its element,
because it's O(n) to do index.  In C++, std::list does not have
operator[], "all STL sequences that support operator[] should
do it in amortized constant time".

I would even suggest we do the same, domains that export
IndexedAggregate must have constant time elt(%, n).

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