Gerald: An Exceptional Lazy Functional Programming Language

@inproceedings{Reeves1989GeraldAE,
  title={Gerald: An Exceptional Lazy Functional Programming Language},
  author={A. Reeves and D. A. Harrsion and A. F. Sinclair and P. Williamson},
  booktitle={Functional Programming},
  year={1989}
}
  • A. Reeves, D. A. Harrsion, +1 author P. Williamson
  • Published in Functional Programming 1989
  • Computer Science
  • The availability of an exception handling mechanism can, with judicious use, greatly aid the clarity of code, allowing the programmer to separate the code to handle unusual situations from the code for the normal case. We describe an exception handling mechanism for a lazy functional language. The system proposed allows expressions which might raise an exception to be evaluated lazily, preserves referential transparency and has no dependence on reduction sequence. Exceptions are parameterised… CONTINUE READING
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