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### lec13_bounded_quantification

Course: CPSC 604, Fall 2008
School: Texas A&M
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Languages, Programming CPSC 604--Slides 13 Bounded Quantification Jaakko Jrvi April 9, 2009 1 / 32 Introduction Outline 1 Introduction 2 Why F-bounds? 2 / 32 Introduction Bounded quantification Combining subtyping and polymorphism Straightforward but uninteresting idea: keep both orthogonal Following two examples demonstrate why this is not adequate 3 / 32 Introduction Example 1 rec_a_id =...

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