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When functional languages can be accepted by industry?
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From: Julian Assange <proff@i...>
Subject: Re: When functional languages can be accepted by industry?
Pierre Weis <> writes:

> concisely express a solution to a difficult problem. Although
> we base most of our command and control software in Java, ML
> is still the choice for modeling and graph theory. 

Speaking of graph theory, does anyone know of a collection of
*caml code to deal with least path, clustering, etc?

Stefan Kahrs in [Kah96] discusses the
   notion of completeness--programs which never go wrong can be
   type-checked--which complements Milner's notion of
   soundness--type-checked programs never go wrong [Mil78].