On Apr 29, 2007, at 6:42 , Jonathan Lang wrote:

In effect, the signature gets attached as a property of the string,
and 'can()' checks for the signature property.

The only problem that I have with this idea is that I can't think of
any uses for a "signatory string" outside of '.can()'.

Maybe "'fribble' but :(string -> BadPoet)"?

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