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From: Sachin V. Shah <zakaluka@y...>
Subject: [Caml-list] OCaml Standards Document

While trying to learn functional programming using OCaml, I
came across the following question: does OCaml have a
defined standard (formal or informal; such as ANSI/ISO C++
or RnRS Scheme).  I couldn't find anything about this on
the web.  The only other conclusion I can draw is that the
OCaml interpreter/compiler released by Inria forms the
standard itself.

Searching the web and e-mail archives does not help much. 
The word standard invariably brings up all documents
related to OCaml's standard library, which are a pain to
sort through.

While I would prefer a defined standard separate from any
one implementation, it is not a major problem.  In either
case, I'd like to know the answer to this question.



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