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Basic implementation & tests of implied carets #52
@mattfarina i started with that approach initially, and yep yep, it works just fine for ranges.
the problem was actually with
Client code wanting to achieve that outcome would have to write extra logic to sniff the underlying type and do the work itself. But that gets tricky (e.g., multiple range handling within unions), so better to just make that function a part of the lib itself.