* [Caml-list] Are there Haskell type families in camp
@ 2020-07-18 16:55 Helmut Brandl
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From: Helmut Brandl @ 2020-07-18 16:55 UTC (permalink / raw)
To: caml users
I was studying the possibilities of GADTs to emulate dependently typed language features. I basically found that Ocaml and Haskell have rather similar possibilities to define types indexed by types (i.e. GADTs).
The singleton types are rather equivalent as well. I.e. I can have a runtime representation of a type to make runtime decisions.
However I have found no equivalent of Haskell’s type families in Ocaml. My question: Is there a way to use singleton types to do type computation in Ocaml?
Thanks for any hint.
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