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The Caml Hump: Resumable exceptions in plain OCaml

Resumable exceptions in plain OCaml

Resumable exceptions are the strict generalization of regular exceptions, which lets the exception raising form return a value and so the computation may continue. It's the exception handler that decides either to abort the exceptional computation or to resume it with a particular value. We show a conservative and elementary implementation of resumable exceptions in OCaml: the implementation is a self-contained 100% pure OCaml library.
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Author:Oleg Kiselyov.
Last modification date:16-Jun-2006
Development status:Beta
Kind: Libraries :: Native OCaml libraries
Topic: Software development :: Language extensions