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infixd sym n These declarations make an identifier sym into be a left-, right-, or non-associative infix operator (where d is l, r, or n respectively). Such symbols can be either plain infix identifiers or backquoted textual identifiers. The number n is a precedence between 1 and 9 indicating how strongly the operator binds relative to other operators.

James Cheney 2003-10-23