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The ith element of a is set to oi+1 , 0 ≤ i ≤ n. • The result of the evaluation is a. Note that this document does not specify an order in which the elements are set. This allows for parallel assignments into the list if an implementation so desires. The order can only be observed in checked mode: if element i is not a subtype of the element type of the list, a dynamic type error will occur when a[i] is assigned oi−1 . A runtime list literal [e1 . . en ] is evaluated as < Dynamic > [e1 . . en ].

En ] is defined as the value of the constant list literal const< Dynamic > [e1 . . en ]. Let list1 = const < V > [e11 . . e1n ] and list2 = const < U > [e21 . . e2n ] be two constant list literals and let the elements of list1 and list2 evaluate to o11 . . o1n and o21 . . o2n respectively. n and V = U then list1 === list2 . In other words, constant list literals are canonicalized. A run-time list literal < E > [e1 . . en ] is evaluated as follows: • First, the expressions e1 . . en are evaluated in order they appear in the program, yielding objects o1 .

Kn : en }. As specified, a typed map literal takes only one type parameter. If we generalize literal maps so they can have keys that are not strings, we would need two parameters. The implementaion currently insists on two type parameters. Let map1 = const< V > {k11 : e11 . . k1n : e1n } and map2 = const< U > {k21 : e21 . . k2n : e2n } be two constant map literals. Let the keys of map1 and map2 evaluate to s11 . . s1n and s21 . . s2n respectively, and let the elements of map1 and map2 evaluate to o11 .

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