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From: Alwyn Goodloe <agoodloe@s...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Software Design
Maybe the old structured design notations such as data flow diagrams  
etc would be easier to adapt to
FP than UML. Just a thought since it mainly dealt with functions and  
tying them together.

Just my two cents.


Alwyn Goodloe




On Aug 16, 2005, at 1:06 PM, Jonathan Bryant wrote:

> I'm not trying to bring up a subject that we have already beat to  
> death,
> so I'll keep my focus narrow :).
>
> Is there an equivalent of UML for functional languages?  Or is it  
> maybe
> possible to use UML in some specific way to denote functional  
> concepts?
> I know that OCaml supports OO programming, but this is specific to the
> non-OO paradigm...
>
> --Jonathan
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