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Re: Date Difference

Subject: Re: Date Difference
From: andrew welch <andrew.j.welch@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 21 Dec 2005 11:47:46 +0000
op subtract dates
> > Is there a reason the operators described within the op:
> > namespace in the CR are not available?  I began with statements like:
> >
> > op:subtract-dates($earlier, $later)
> It might be better to ask, is there any reason that the operators of the
> language are specified by reference to a notional function library that
> exists only for the purpose of specifying operators? The answer is that
> someone thought that would be an elegant way of doing it. Readers may
> disagree.

Just to be clear on this one, there is no such function as
op:subtract-dates() (or any prefixed with op:) and it's in the CR
purely to demonstrate $earlier and $later?  Is that what you are

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