On Tue, Jul 12, 2005 at 08:13:22PM +0200, "TSa (Thomas Sandlaß)" wrote:
: Actually it's a pitty, that the multi method call syntax isn't as
: rich as the single method call syntax where we have .?method, .+method
: and .*method. Something like (Snoopy, Mr_PotatoHead, HopeDiamond).*foo
: doesn't exist, right? Or is it foo.*(Snoopy, Mr_PotatoHead, HopeDiamond)?

It doesn't seem to make much practical sense.  Multimethods are
generally written to be exclusive of ancestral methods.  Ordinary
methods are generally written to be cumulative with ancestral methods.


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