[mercury-users] unification and polymorphism

tom.howland at us.pwcglobal.com tom.howland at us.pwcglobal.com
Wed Aug 5 06:04:01 AEST 1998

> I can understand the difference between (2) and (3): it is the cost of
> polymorphism, right ? A bit higher than I expected I must say.

I would have guessed polymorphism would be resolved at compile time.
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