if can mean
match internally, so how does the pretty-printer tell them apart?
Inductive Op : Set := | Read | Write. Definition write_op (evt : Op) : bool := match evt with | Write => true | Read => false end. Definition write_op' (evt : Op) : bool := if evt then false else true. Print write_op. Print write_op'.
Is the parser just storing the appropriate
case_style value (
type case_style = LetStyle | IfStyle | LetPatternStyle | MatchStyle | RegularStyle), just to preserve this in printing?
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