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Making a symbol's new definitions be tried before all previously defined ones
Is there any way to "close" a package (or a symbol, or a context) in that if a user of the package adds definitions to the symbol they will be tried before the package defined ones, just like what ...
Mar 10 '12 at 22:16
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