Seque: A Programming Language for Manipulating Sequences

@article{Griswold1988SequeAP,
  title={Seque: A Programming Language for Manipulating Sequences},
  author={Ralph E. Griswold and Janalee O'Bagy},
  journal={Comput. Lang.},
  year={1988},
  volume={13},
  pages={13-22}
}
Abstract Seque is a programming language that is designed to manipulate streams — sequences of values. Streams are data objects in Seque, and their values can be of any type, including streams. Streams have both a storage component — values already computed — and a computational component, from which additional values may be computed. There are many ways of constructing streams and a variety of operations on them. The computational component of streams is based on the generators of the Icon… CONTINUE READING

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