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Date: 2002-07-17 (08:25)
From: Noel Welsh <noelwelsh@y...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Re: Statically detecting arrays bound exceptions ?? (was: Universal Serializer)
Just to add my 2p again:  The way to remove index
checks is to stop using them in the first place!  Just
like we don't write loops over lists, don't write
loops over arrays; use higher level iterators.  Check
out the with-loop construct in SAC, or the for loops
in Sisal, or
the constructs in APL/J, or Matlab, or the
PSI-Calculus etc.  All of these languages, to a
greater or less extent, remove the need for the humble
for loop.  Loops are for losers!

A good place to start:

--- Everyone wrote wrote:
> Lots of stuff about inferring index values

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