RE: RE: Markup Combinators -- A Functional Approach to XML
Hello Piotr, > what if the contract is worth not "one" but 1.32 USD (etc.)? I don't recall Simon Peyton-Jones discussing that in his paper. Nonetheless, I will speculate. Recall that the following is a financial contract that pays one USD at the time of acquisition <one>USD</one> A contract that pays 100 USD at the time of acquisition is created by scaling the "one contract" <scale><konst>100</konst><one>USD</one></scale> Presumably a contract that pays 1.32 USD may be created by scaling the "one contract" by 1.32 <scale><konst>1.32</konst><one>USD</one></scale> Recall that "konst" is any double value. /Roger
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