> Or perhaps we should by default restrict short ones to simple
> operators, since it's pretty obvious that [+] is doing *some* kind
> of addition, while [EMAIL PROTECTED]&$*#=] is not quite so obvious.  In other
> words, we apply some kind of Huffman amplification to the metaoperator,
> where the rich stay rich, but the poor get poorer.  Or something
> like that.  I always admired the Great Dalmutti as a game that has
> the gall (or sense of reality) to prejudice itself in favor of the
> overdogs rather than the underdogs.  If we we were more democratic,
> we'd require "reduce" on the short ones instead of the long ones. :-)

I like this idea. It provides more huffman-coding for readability.


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