This relates to two issues I had mentioned a while back.. mainly that
I was looking for a better type switching system than checking against
the address of the type definition, and that I wanted to be able to
pass tuples or lists without having to think hard about it.
Perhaps it would be possible to gracefully extend the typeing
structures to include a bitmask of functional type interface.
00000001 = integerable
00000010 = floats
00000100 = sequence
00001000 = mapping
00010000 = callable
And so on and so on...
This might even lead to more efficient function signature checking,
but you didnt hear it from me...
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