David Storrs <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > If so, wouldn't it make sense that 'int' is the boxed type (one less > keystroke) and 'Int' is the special case? Optimize for the common > case, and all that.
Think of it as being like module names--all-lowercase modules are special (pragmata), while intercaps modules are normal (modules and classes). Similarly, all-lowercase types are special (unboxed), while intercaps types are normal (boxed classes). -- Brent 'Dax' Royal-Gordon <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> Perl and Parrot hacker