Introduction to Objective Caml
by Jason Hickey
Publisher: Caltech 2008
Number of pages: 284
Objective Caml (OCaml) is a popular, expressive, high-performance dialect of ML developed by a research team at INRIA in France. This book presents a practical introduction and guide to the language, with topics ranging from how to write a program to the concepts and conventions that affect how programs are developed in OCaml.
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