A Simple Applicative Language: Mini-ML

@inproceedings{Clment1986ASA,
  title={A Simple Applicative Language: Mini-ML},
  author={Dominique Cl{\'e}ment and Jo{\"e}lle Despeyroux and Th. Despeyroux and Gilles Kahn},
  booktitle={LISP and Functional Programming},
  year={1986}
}
1. I n t r o d u c t i o n ML is a programming language with very interesting characteristics from the standpoint of static and dynamic semantics. • ML is a strongly typed language but there is no type declaration: expressions axe typed implicitly. • ML exhibits polymorphism: it is possible to define functions that work uniformly on arguments of many types. • ML allows the definition of higher-order functions: the value of an ML expression may be a closure. ML typechecking is the object of… CONTINUE READING
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