the number-mark as subscript

3.29: adda/dstr/syntax/# as subscript:
. noticing #().t -- the array type's literal --
may not sit well with the idea that
the #-symbol would be interchangeable with
the subscripting of what comes after the # .
. to be consistent with math,
array typing would have to be described
the same way that functions are:
A: i`type -> return`type .
. arrays differ from functions in that
a function includes as part of its value
the domain set that is addressing its codomain .
. arrays by contrast, are a list of values,
and the addressing scheme is associated
like so:
. I could have A and B both assigned
to the same value: (1,2,3);
and A could be type #{a,b,c}.n,
while B could be type #{x,y,z}.n;
ie, their values are the same type;
whereas, 2 such functions would not
have the same value: one is { a:1, b:2, c:3},
while the other's value is { x:1, y:2, z:3} .