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  • Title: Functional Programming in OCaml
  • Author(s) Michael R. Clarkson, et al.
  • Publisher: Cornell University (2021); eBook (Creative Commons Licensed)
  • License(s): Creative Commons License (CC)
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  • Language: English
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This book is about making you a better programmer. It gives you the opportunity to now learn a new language from scratch and reflect along the way about the difference between programming and programming in a language.

It begins this book by studying OCaml for that very reason: it's a vastly different perspective from what most of you will have seen in previous programming courses. Assuming you've learned how to program.

It gives you the opportunity to now learn a new language from scratch and reflect along the way about the difference between programming and programming in a language.

The book will appeal both to existing OCaml programmers who wish to brush up their skills, and to experienced programmers eager to explore functional languages such as OCaml.

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