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Date: 2002-01-06 (00:51)
From: YAMAGATA yoriyuki <yoriyuki@m...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Non-mutable strings
From: "Mattias Waldau" <>
Subject: [Caml-list] Non-mutable strings
Date: Sat, 5 Jan 2002 12:19:45 +0100

> If so, I wonder why not the standard strings of Ocaml are nonmutable?
> It works fine for languages like Visual Basic, and Visual Basic has
> great string performance compared to languages like C++.

camomile ( has an immutable string type for
ISO-UCS.  For fast concatenation, camomile provides Ubuffer module
similar to Buffer module in standard libraries.  Unlike Buffer.t, you
can access individual characters in Ubuffer.t by a cursor.

YAMAGATA, yoriyuki (doctoral student)
Department of Mathematical Science, University of Tokyo.
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