DAda - An Ada preprocessor for functional programming

Bailes P.A., Johnston D., Salzman E. and Wang L. (1990). DAda - An Ada preprocessor for functional programming. In: Proceedings of the Conference on TRI-ADA 1990. Conference on TRI-ADA 1990, Baltimore, MD, (114-123). December 3, 1990-December 6, 1990. doi:10.1145/255471.255514


Author Bailes P.A.
Johnston D.
Salzman E.
Wang L.
Title of paper DAda - An Ada preprocessor for functional programming
Conference name Conference on TRI-ADA 1990
Conference location Baltimore, MD
Conference dates December 3, 1990-December 6, 1990
Proceedings title Proceedings of the Conference on TRI-ADA 1990
Journal name Proceedings of the Conference on TRI-ADA 1990
Series Proceedings of the Conference on TRI-ADA 1990
Publisher Association for Computing Machinery
Publication Year 1990
Sub-type Fully published paper
DOI 10.1145/255471.255514
ISBN 0897914090
Start page 114
End page 123
Total pages 10
Abstract/Summary The impact of declarative (functional) programming is inhibited by the need to learn/use new languages. A series of language extensions implemented by preprocessing, which integrates functional programming into the Ada culture, is described. Features include lazy streams, recursive data structures, the abolition of assignment and its replacement by data-flow control constructs.
Subjects 1708 Hardware and Architecture
1712 Software
Q-Index Code E1
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status Unknown

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