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From: Sergey Goldgaber <sgoldgaber@y...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] OCaml popularity
--- Oliver Bandel <oliver@first.in-berlin.de> wrote:
>
>  - An introductional text, which has helped me a lot before the OCaml
>    book in english was put on the server. I don't know who has
>    written it, because the author has not written his name/mailaddres
>    into it.
>    The first two sentences in this paper: "This documentation is an
>    introduction to ML programming, specifically for the OCaml
>    implementation. In CS134a, we used C (and variations) to specify
>    processes, monitors, semaphores, devices and more." (and so on)
>    (Could be better, with a table of content and an index; but to
>    start it's much better than the O'Reilley book, because of a lot
of
>    examples.)

It looks like this is Jason Hickey's "Introduction to the Objective
Caml
Programming Language"


  --Sergey


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