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Developing Applications with Objective Caml

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Developing Applications with Objective Caml
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Publisher: O'Reilly Media
ISBN/ASIN: 2841771210
Number of pages: 757

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Developing Applications with Objective Caml is a preliminary english translation of a comprehensive book on OCaml, covering not only the core language, but also modules, objects and classes, threads and systems programming, and interoperability with C.

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