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Date: 2001-03-20 (08:46)
From: Tom Hirschowitz <Tom.Hirschowitz@i...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] good reference on modules?
I liked too the three first chapters of Claudio Russo's thesis

for a more abstract but very clear analysis.

I'm just reading the next ones at the moment.

Brian Rogoff a écrit :
> On Wed, 14 Mar 2001, Chris Hecker wrote:
> >
> > Coming from a C++ background, my idea of a module is a text file on the hard disk.  Obviously, they're a bit more powerful than that in OCaml.  Is there a good reference (book, tutorial paper, website, whatever) that talks about modules in an in-depth way?  I've read the chapter 4 on them in the help materials, and I want more.  I was trying to understand the group example someone posted to the list a few days back, and I think I need to find a good book or something to understand the real power of modules.
> >
> > Thanks,
> Some guy wrote a paper I found helpful, but the example code is in a very
> strange language that nobody uses, instead of C++ or Java.
>      * A modular module system, Journal of Functional Programming 10(3),
>        2000. Full source code available in the Web appendix.
> You can get it from here
> -- Brian
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