Javier de Dios

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Safe is a first-order functional language with unusual memory management features: memory can be both explicitly and implicitly deallocated at some specific points in the program text, and there is no need for a runtime garbage collector. The final code is bytecode of the Java Virtual Machine (JVM), so the language is useful for programming small devices(More)
Safe is a first-order eager functional language with facilities for programmer controlled destruction of data structures. It provides also regions, i.e. disjoint parts of the heap, where the program allocates data structures, so that the runtime system does not need a garbage collector. A region is a collection of cells, each one big enough to allocate a(More)
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