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From: mohammad siddiqui <writetosafi@h...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] help
I started the conversion project after completely getting hold of ocaml but 
I still have some concerns like how we can manage pinters and pointer to 
pointers, some functions in C like exit(), isspace().
The project is to convert a tool used in text classification from C to 

Mohammad S Siddiqui

>From: Richard Jones <>
>To: mohammad siddiqui <>
>Subject: Re: [Caml-list] help
>Date: Fri, 9 Apr 2004 10:04:37 +0100
>On Thu, Apr 08, 2004 at 10:57:26PM +0000, mohammad siddiqui wrote:
> > I am new to OCAML. I Just started learning. I need to convert the source
> > code of an applicaton which runs in 4000 lines from C to OCAML. Can 
> > help me how to get started? is there any good online resource which may
> > help conveting the code? i s there  any tool available which does this?
> > Since it is a functional language, it is rather difficult to replace
> > constructs like loops with recursive functions and assignments 
> > of structured programming language like 'C'.
>4,000 lines of C isn't a lot of code.  Perhaps it's better to do it by
>hand rather than looking for an automatic tool?
>Richard Jones.
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