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Kevin Wortman scripsit: > If I understand correctly, you want to be able to take a comparison > predicate such as <? and a comparator, and produce a comparison procedure > that uses that comparator without having to explicitly pass it as as an > argument. That is the whole point of make=?, make<?, etc. -- John Cowan http://ccil.org/~cowan cowan@xxxxxxxx Lope de Vega: "It wonders me I can speak at all. Some caitiff rogue did rudely yerk me on the knob, wherefrom my wits yet wander." An Englishman: "Ay, belike a filchman to the nab'll leave you crank for a spell." --Harry Turtledove, Ruled Britannia