Hello MikkelFJ,

Sunday, September 29, 2002, 3:31:33 PM, you wrote:

M> When comparing at functional language like OCaml (ignoring it's object
M> system) to Ruby, it doesn't really matter whether you write "find obj 2" or
M> you write "obj.find 2". However, it does matter whether you write "Hash.find
M> obj 2" or you write "List.find obj 2". In other words, the functional style
M> requires you to know what kind of an object you are dealing with and use the

no, it's dealed by overloading mechanism

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