Mark A. Biggar skribis 2005-09-21 17:44 (-0700):
> Now for a related question:  is it intended that ~$x and +$n be the same 
> as $ and $  How locked in stone would this be,  I.e.,
> ~ and + are macros that give the .as() form?

If I read everything correctly, this is the case.

This is also why I'm not sure stringification is done by a prefix:<~>
method -- it's probably done by something that does coercion in general,
but I have no idea what the syntax for that would be.


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