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Atze Dijkstra, S. Doaitse Swierstra (auth.), Varmo Vene,'s Advanced Functional Programming: 5th International School, PDF

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By Atze Dijkstra, S. Doaitse Swierstra (auth.), Varmo Vene, Tarmo Uustalu (eds.)

ISBN-10: 3540285407

ISBN-13: 9783540285403

ISBN-10: 3540318720

ISBN-13: 9783540318729

This educational booklet offers 9 rigorously revised lectures given on the fifth overseas institution on useful Programming, AFP 2004, in Tartu, Estonia in August 2004.

The booklet offers the next 9, rigorously cross-reviewed chapters, written via top professionals within the box: Typing Haskell with an characteristic Grammar, Programming with Arrows, Epigram: useful Programming with established varieties, Combining Datatypes and results, GEC: a toolkit for regularly occurring quick Prototyping, A practical Shell that Operates on Typed and Compiled purposes, Declarative Debugging with Buddha, Server-Side internet Programming in WASH, and Refactoring practical Programs.

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9 shows that the idea is straightforward: take the type signature, distribute it over a pattern to extract bindings for identifiers and pass both type signature (as knTy) and bindings (as valGam) to the expression. This works fine for single combinations of type signature and the corresponding value definition for a pattern. However, it does not work for: Typing Haskell with an Attribute Grammar 41 – Mutually recursive value definitions. let f :: ... g ... g :: ... f ... in ... In the body of f the type g must be known and vice-versa.

N ) → ... 1 C ,n : σ1 → ... , σn ) σk : σ C minint . maxint : σ C (e-int2) Fig. 11. Type inferencing for expressions (using constraints) (e-lam2) C (e-con2) 52 A. D. Swierstra The type rules in Fig. 11 enforcean order in which checking and inferring types has to be done. Actually, the rules in Fig. 11 should be even more specific in how constraints flow around if we want to be closer to the corresponding AG description. tyCnstr @fTy AG: Redefining an attribute value. Normally a value for an attribute may be associated with an attribute only once, using = in a rule.

Insertion of this code can be overridden by providing Typing Haskell with an Attribute Grammar 49 a definition ourselves. In this way a complete copy of the AST can be built as a Haskell value. For example, via attribute repl a copy of the type is built which only differs (or, may differ) in the original in the value for the type variable. AG: Attribute together with USE. A synthesized attribute attr may be declared together with USE{ op }{ zero }. The op and zero allow the insertion of copy rules which behave similar to Haskell’s foldr.

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