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Notation not recursive enough?
My notation is not recursing enough. For example,
Notation[W[a_ | b_] ⟹ foo[a_, b_]/foo[b_]] Notation[W[a__, b_ | c_] ⟹ W[a__ | c_]W[b_ | c_]]
Mar 7 '13 at 22:01
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