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[ References | Programming ] Code Generation Network
Description : This has a database of code generation tools and also articles and interviews on CG approaches.
Added on : 21 October 2007 13:34:24 +01:00
[ Various | Programming ] Haskell
Description : Haskell is a general purpose, purely functional programming language. Haskell compilers are freely available for almost any computer.
Added on : 10 February 2006 22:24:09 +00:00
[ C and C++ | Design ] James O. Coplien
Description : Software: The Next Generation A Weblog by James O. Coplien
Added on : 11 February 2006 22:24:01 +00:00
[ Various | Programming ] Objective Caml
Description : Objective Caml is the most popular variant of the Caml language. From a language standpoint, it extends the core Caml language with a fully-fledged object-oriented layer, as well as a powerful module system, all connected by a sound, polymorphic type system featuring type inference.
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Added on : 10 February 2006 21:33:29 +00:00
[ Various | Programming ] The Caml Language
Description : Caml is a general-purpose programming language, designed with program safety and reliability in mind. It is very expressive, yet easy to learn and use. Caml supports functional, imperative, and object-oriented programming styles. It has been developed and distributed by INRIA, France's national research institute for computer science, since 1985.
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Added on : 10 February 2006 21:32:22 +00:00
[ C and C++ | Programming ] The development of the C language
Description : The C programming language was devised in the early 1970s as a system implementation language for the nascent Unix operating system. Derived from the typeless language BCPL, it evolved a type structure; created on a tiny machine as a tool to improve a meager programming environment, it has become one of the dominant languages of today. This paper studies its evolution.
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Added on : 10 February 2006 21:45:22 +00:00
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