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Compiling functional languages

by Antoni Diller

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Published by Wiley in Chichester, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Functional programming languages.,
  • Compiling (Electronic computers)

  • Edition Notes

    StatementAntoni Diller.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA76.73.F86 D55 1988
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Paginationxxi, 289 p. :
    Number of Pages289
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2038001M
    ISBN 100471920274
    LC Control Number88014349

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Compiling functional languages by Antoni Diller Download PDF EPUB FB2

Describes different ways of implementing functional programming languages which bear a strong family resemblance to one another, and which all have their origins in the work of Turner on combinator-based graph-reducers.

First chapters cover translation of Lipskit into combinatory logic, and evaluation of the resulting object code by by: The Complete Guide to Keto Diet Instant Pot Cooking for Beginners to and to Lose Weight (Keto Healthy Lifestyle) by Sophie Soto.

The book is intended to be a source of practical labwork material, to help make functional-language implementations `come alive’, by helping the reader to develop, modify and experiment with some non-trivial compilers.

The unusual aspect of the book is that it is meant to be executed as well as read. Rather than merely presenting an abstract description of each implementation technique, we present Cited by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Diller, Antoni. Compiling functional languages. Chichester ; New York: Wiley, © (OCoLC) Our thesis is that we can build effective compilers for dynamic languages by translating them into Compiling functional languages book typed functional languages which have good compilers and automatic memory management.

In particular, we believe that modern statically typed languages provide precise control over data representations, and come with runtime systems that. It was a little boring - virtually nothing about the compiler was not covered in class, and it felt more like putting two puzzle pieces together than building a real project.

Instead, I chose to implement a compiler for a functional programming language, based on a wonderful book by Simon Peyton Jones, Implementing functional languages: a.

Compiling a Functional Language Luca Cardelli AT&T Bell Laboratories Murray Hill, New Jersey 1. Introduction This paper summarizes my experience in implementing a compiler for a functional language. The language is ML1 [Milner 84] and the compiler was first.

This book aims to make programming language implementation as easy as possible. It will guide you through all the phases of the design and imple-mentation of a compiler or an interpreter.

You can learn the material in one or two weeks and then build your own language as a matter of hours or days. A constraint programming language is a declarative programming language where relationships between variables are expressed as ion proceeds by attempting to find values for the variables which satisfy all declared constraints.

ECLiPSe; Command line interface languages. Command-line interface (CLI) languages are also called batch languages or job control languages.

Building a modern functional compiler from first principles. Stephen Diehl. In I wrote a short tutorial about building a small imperative language in Haskell that compiled into LLVM. I was extremely happy with the effect the tutorial seemed to have, and the warm response I got from so many people was very encouraging.

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Introduces object-oriented languages through examples in Java, functional programming with Standard ML, and programming using the logic language Prolog Describes a case study involving the development of a compiler for the high level functional language Small, a robust subset of Standard ML.

Compiling functional languages Xavier Leroy INRIA Rocquencourt Spring school “Semantics of programming languages” Agay, March 1 Introduction Goal of this lecture: survey implementation techniques for functional languages, and show some of the (syntactic) theories explaining these techniques.

Also, their pattern-matching and functional mindsets are extremely well-suited to the kinds of manipulations you need to do often in a compiler, so compilers written in ML-based languages are typically much shorter and easier to understand than compilers written in C, Java, or similar languages.

Harper's book on Standard ML is a pretty good. A compiler translates a program written in a high level language into a program written in a lower level language. For students of computer science, building a compiler from scratch is a rite of passage: a challenging and fun project that offers insight into many different aspects of computer science, some deeply theoretical, and others highly practical.

"The Programming Languages book market is overflowing with books, but none like this. In many ways, it is precisely the book I have been searching for to use in my own programming languages course.

One of the main challenges I perpetually face is how to teach students to program in functional and logical languages, but also how to teach them. Implementation and runtime support of pure functional languages, including compiler analysis and optimisation, garbage collection, and profiling.

Joao A. Saraiva - Universidade do Minho Compilers, attribute grammars, parallel compilation. Andre Scedrov - University of Pennsylvania Mathematical logic, mathematical aspects of programming structures.

This is precisely the sort of thing functional languages are designed for — a pure function is just a transformation from one thing to another. Imperative functions don't have this quality.

Although you can write this kind of code in an imperative language, functional languages are specialized for it. ery Racket program begins with #lang followed by the name of some language: by default, it’s Racket (written as racket). In this book we’ll almost always use the In DrRacket v.go to Language, then Choose Language, and select “Use the language declared in the source”.

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− small–Ithasaverysimplesyntax,withfewdetails. Canbetaughtinhalfanhour. − powerful – It combines, in an elegant way, the ideas of functional and imperative programming.