[Om] Accessing arguments of an n-ary operator as indexed list items (in a definition)
davidc at nag.co.uk
Thu May 7 10:40:41 CEST 2009
> Or would it make sense to implicitly treat an n-ary operator as
> equivalent to a unary operator with a list argument -- e.g.
The translations of MathML n-ary usage as appearing in the editors draft
(ignorigning various special cases)
essentially treats the n-ary usage as synonymous for
when it needs to make this explicit in particular when it needs to
construct the list of arguments from something other than an explicit
finite list of terms.
so in if you actually want the indexed list you could have
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