Leon A. on Fri, 18 Sep 2015 20:34:08 +0200

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Re: Set definition syntax

Personally I don't think that this notation is really useful. [x | ... ] denotes a set of "x" such that ..., whereas [x <- v | ...] would mean something like a set of assignments. Besides that, [x | x <-v, P(x)] mimics the Haskell implementation of the set builder notation.

El 18/09/2015 a las 16:23, Josef Eschgfaeller escribió:
Could one not allow also the syntax

     [x <- v | P(x)]

instead of  [x | x<-v, P(x)] ?

Don't know, of course, how difficult this is.

Josef Eschgfaeller