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Are int and (int) two different types in FunC?

Do I get it right that FunC treats int and (int) (a tuple with only one integer in it) as two different types even though they both are really integers? I have two integer arguments that I am afraid to accidentally mix up, so would using these two different types for them prevent such a mistake?

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The return type can be any atomic or composite type, as described in the Types section above. For example, the following are valid function declarations:

Note that from a low-level perspective, value (2, (3, 9)) of type (int, (int, int)) and value (2, 3, 9) of type** (int, int, int)**, are represented in the same way as three stack entries 2, 3 and 9.


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