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Q tutorialQ (a functional PL based on term rewriting) has been mentioned on LtU a few times before, so I thought I should point out that there is a new tutorial available, which is supposed to provide a quick and informal introduction to the language. From the preface: "In a nutshell, Q is a kind of functional programming language with a syntax similar to Miranda and Haskell, but with general term rewriting instead of the lambda calculus as the underlying computational model. [...] Q has some fairly unique features, in particular its userdefinable special forms and algebraic types with inheritance, which makes it a somewhat exotic but powerful member of the FP language zoo." You can download the tutorial here (PDF): Q in a Nutshell More information about Q can be found here: http://qlang.sf.net/ By Albert Graef at 20070702 20:35  LtU Forum  previous forum topic  next forum topic  other blogs  10155 reads

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