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From: oliver@f...
Subject: [Caml-list] graphical notation/representation of functional programs?

when using graphical representations like in
"The Craft of Functional Programming", so that
a function is a box with in- and output, then
it's a convenient way of looking at functional

Is that technique of overview more elaborated
used by other people?

Shouldn't it possible to have a graphical notation
for FP, like a functional aequivalent of the notation,
that is used in the OO-programmers world, where
classes and methods and attributes and so on
are presentated in a graphical manner?

Are there papers on that topic?
Or is functional programming in higher spheres
done comepletely an algebraic form 8lambda calculus)?

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