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From: T. Kurt Bond <tkb@t...>
Subject: [Caml-list] RE: Danvy "Functional Unparsing" style output in OCaml
Back on April 30th, 2002, I wrote:

> Back during an earlier discussion of Danvy-style output (probably on
> this [mailing list]) I implemented a simple module for this
> (possibly starting from some code that flew by on the list).
> Cpsio is an Objective Caml implementation of the
> continuation-passing-style output from Olivier Danvy's paper
> Functional Unparsing.  It is available from:

I've updated the software slightly and included the results and a
short explanation (in postscript and PDF) on that page of some
benchmarking I did that shows that the Cpsio functions are faster than
the equivalent OCaml printf functions in byte-code, and often faster
in native-code, despite doing more garbage collecting.  Results are
also compared to the equivalent C printf functions.

The web page again is:
T. Kurt Bond,

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