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From: skaller <skaller@u...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] suggestion: do not link to
On Wed, 2004-04-14 at 15:34, Kenneth Knowles wrote:
> On Tue, Apr 13, 2004 at 04:25:45PM -0700, Brandon J. Van Every wrote:
> > A number of other languages have the features, and some have
> > much better libraries, packages, and industrial provenness.  What OCaml
> > apparently has is performance.
> Haskell is the only non-ML language I am familiar with that has similar features
> to OCaml, could you share some others?  I'm always interested in new languages
> with advanced safety features.

You could look at Felix .. if you really are interested
in a new (pre-alpha) language. You won't find 'advanced safety',
heck, even Ocaml doesn't have "20 years old" safety
features like referential transparency ***

If you want high performance and ease of integration
with existing C/C++ code, you may be interest though.

The main theoretical constraint at the moment is that
polymorphism is compile time only.

***  Felix functions may not have side-effects,
however functions can depend on variables.

John Skaller,
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