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Date: 2002-02-06 (12:19)
From: Diego olivier FERNANDEZ PONS <Diego-Olivier.FERNANDEZ-PONS@c...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Syntax
On Wed, 6 Feb 2002, Francisco Valverde-Albacete wrote: 

> Bonjour,
> Je serais aussi extrêmement interessé par une telle librairie. 
> Malheureusement, je crois que je raterais tous les details si vous
> répondiez en français. Quand vous ferez publiques ces informations,
> pouvez-vous le faire en Anglais, svp ?
> Merci d'avance
>         Francisco J. Valverde
(J'ai opéré quelques retouches) 

I'm awfully sorry for posting in french, I only do because of my poor
english... and usually people do not care much about what I may want to

Are there many persons working on computational linguistics in this list ?

I said that most of computational linguistics were made in Prolog and Lisp
because of the handly way you can use grammars in Prolog and the list
facilities in Lisp.

Actually, I believe Caml could be an excellent substitute for this two
languages in computational linguistics since it not has only list and
symbolic facilities but a lot of other useful features and librairies.  I
suppose Gerard Huet must agree, otherwise would not be developing in Caml,
would he ? 

It could be very interesting to know which languages you have been working
with, which features you find the most important and would like to see in
a linguistic library.

	Diego Olivier
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