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[Bug 1577] [FS] technical: 4.1.5 Function Calls: Normalization

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Date: Thu, 01 Sep 2005 00:27:44 +0000
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------- Additional Comments From jmdyck@ibiblio.org  2005-09-01 00:27 -------
(In reply to comment #1)
>
> The way to break the circularity is that you do not really need static
> typing. You can just rely on the actual signature declared for the function.

Sure, *now*. The acceptance of Bug 1580 means that the original "But which one?"
question now goes away.

Or maybe it was never a valid question; see Bug 1578 comment #3.

> In the case of F&O overloaded functions, there may be multiple signatures but
> they are always for atomic types or sequences of atomic types and this results
> in the same normalization whichever signature you choose.

Actually, for different SequenceType <: xdt:anyAtomicType*,
[]_Convert(SequenceType) *does* result in different normalizations, since the
choice of SequenceType constrains the choice of PrototypicalValue. However, that
should now be a moot point.
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