By Yaron Minsky, Anil Madhavapeddy, Jason Hickey
Learn tips on how to clear up day by day difficulties in info processing, numerical computation, procedure scripting, and database-driven net purposes with the OCaml multi-paradigm programming language. This hands-on e-book exhibits you the way to use OCaml’s practical, vital, and object-oriented programming types with recipes for lots of real-world tasks.
You’ll commence with OCaml fundamentals, together with how you can manage a improvement setting, and movement towards extra complicated issues reminiscent of the module process, foreign-function interface, macro language, and the ocamlbuild method. speedy the best way to placed OCaml to paintings for writing succinct and readable code.
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Extra resources for Real World OCaml: Functional programming for the masses (beta 2 open edition)
That's because the standard library isn't a general-purpose tool; it was developed for use in bootstrapping the compiler, and is purposefully kept small and simple. Happily, in the world of open-source software nothing stops alternative libraries from being written to supplement the compiler-supplied standard library, and this is exactly what the Core distribution is. Jane Street, a company that has been using OCaml for more than a decade, developed Core for its own internal use, but designed it from the start with an eye towards being a general-purpose standard library.
We'll also use OPAM for installing the utop command-line interface. This is a modern interactive tool that supports command history, macro expansion, module completion, and other niceties that make it much more pleasant to work with the language. We'll be using utop throughout the book instead of the normal OCaml toplevel. About this book Real World OCaml is aimed at programmers who have some experience with conventional programming languages, but not specifically with statically-typed functional programming.
Algebraic datatypes and pattern matching to define and manipulate complex data structures. Available in Scala and F#. Some of you will know and love these features, and others will be completely new to them. Most of you will have seen some of them in other languages that you've used. As we'll demonstrate over the course of this book, there is something transformative about having them all together and able to interact in a single language. Despite their importance, these ideas have made only limited inroads into mainstream languages and when they do arrive there, like higher-order functions in C# or parametric polymorphism in Java, it's typically in a limited and awkward form.