By Atze Dijkstra, S. Doaitse Swierstra (auth.), Varmo Vene, Tarmo Uustalu (eds.)
This educational e-book offers 9 rigorously revised lectures given on the fifth foreign college on sensible Programming, AFP 2004, in Tartu, Estonia in August 2004.
The booklet provides the next 9, rigorously cross-reviewed chapters, written by means of prime gurus within the box: Typing Haskell with an characteristic Grammar, Programming with Arrows, Epigram: useful Programming with established forms, Combining Datatypes and results, GEC: a toolkit for widely used fast Prototyping, A sensible Shell that Operates on Typed and Compiled purposes, Declarative Debugging with Buddha, Server-Side net Programming in WASH, and Refactoring sensible Programs.
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Extra info for Advanced Functional Programming: 5th International School, AFP 2004, Tartu, Estonia, August 14 – 21, 2004, Revised Lectures
Ty Any∥Any∥ plays a special role. This type appears at two places in the implementation of the type system as a solution to the following problems: – Invariant to our implementation is the top-down passing of an expected type. However, this type is not always fully known in a top-down order. For example, in rule e-app1B (Fig. 7) the argument of the expected function type → σk is not known because this information is only available from the environment Γ which is used further down in the AST via rule e-ident1B.
For example, is used in rule e-int1B which checks that its actual Int type matches the known type σk . ty = foTy @fo AG: Set notation for variants. ) attribute fo is speciﬁed for IConst and CConst together. Instead of specifying only one variant a whitespace separated list of variant names may be speciﬁed after the vertical bar ’|’. It is also allowed to 32 A. D. Swierstra specify this list relative to all declared variants by specifying for which variants the rule should not be declared. For example: ∗ − IConst CConst if the rule was to be deﬁned for all variants except IConst and CConst.
Types are described by a type language. , σ) | σ→σ The following deﬁnition however is closer to the one used in our implementation: σ = Int | Char | → | , | , , | ... | σσ The latter deﬁnition also introduces the possibility of describing types like Int Int. We nevertheless use this one since it is used in the implementation of later versions of EH Typing Haskell with an Attribute Grammar 25 where it will prove useful in expressing the application of type constructors to types. Here we just have to make sure no types like Int Int will be created; in a (omitted) later version of EH we perform kind inferencing/checking to prevent the creation of such types from showing up.
Advanced Functional Programming: 5th International School, AFP 2004, Tartu, Estonia, August 14 – 21, 2004, Revised Lectures by Atze Dijkstra, S. Doaitse Swierstra (auth.), Varmo Vene, Tarmo Uustalu (eds.)