Bill Allombert on Wed, 05 Sep 2012 16:21:08 +0200

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Re: [a<-b,f(a)]

On Mon, Aug 06, 2012 at 09:47:51AM -0400, Charles Greathouse wrote:
> > The sign that is closest to the mathematical "in" sign is the euro sign â
> > but is looks weird [a â b, f(a)] and not every keyboard has this symbol.
> It also doesn't work in the Windows version, which presumably accounts
> for the majority of the PARI/GP users. Don't confuse the serious users
> who post to pari-dev with the rank-and-file. :)
Or rather that all PARI users live in the eurozone :).
There is a solution though:
[|a<-b,f(a)] but it is probably too ugly for serious consideration.

So maybe we should settle on [a|a<-b,f(a)].
Eventually the compier could convert [a|a<-b,f(a)] to old-style [a<-b,f(a)]
internally for a small speed improvement. I am not usre it is worth the