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it matches the Path pos 0 == neg 0 and returns pos 1 -- say, matches a Path, but returns a normal integer My understanding is that it matches points of path rather than path itself. This is why the matching is on posneg x (where x : I) rather than posneg itself. Since paths can be seen as (special) maps from I, we can think of HIT constructors as just a ...


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