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Date: 2007-02-04 (18:41)
From: Julien Peeters <jj.peeters@g...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Modeling tool for OCaml?

Thanks all ones for answers...

I imagine that designing applications with functional languages is much
different than with imperative ones.
I was wondering on which points the difference is significant?
Does common oriented object design patterns can be used with OCaml?
And what, for a developer, is the work to do to change his way of

I envisage to learn OCaml deeply and than I want to set the basis to do
the change from imperative languages to functional ones.

P.S. : somebody have reference books which goes over this subject?
Julien Peeters
Computer science student in second year of Bachelor
Science Faculty of Orsay
University of Paris-Sud XI (France)
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