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ANSWERS to "What's wrong with XQuery" question

Brett Zamir brettz9 at yahoo.com
Wed Jul 28 01:06:34 PDT 2010

  ANSWERS to "What's wrong with XQuery" question
  On 7/27/2010 10:58 PM, Martin Probst wrote:
> If you'd design a general purpose programming language, you'd probably
> make sure that common things like declaring functions or variables
> have concise syntax.

Functions don't seem so bad if you leave out the types... (though I use 
functions enough (in JavaScript) that even the word "function" is too 
long for me.

The required "else" doesn't seem so friendly to RAD though, and yes, a 
lot in the prolog seems potentially unnecessary like "declare".



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