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From: Arnaud Delobelle <>
Subject: [Caml-list] Learning ocaml
Date: Wed, 29 Dec 2021 16:09:00 +0000	[thread overview]
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In 1993 while doing a maths degree at Paris 7 university I remember doing a
project in a language called Caml-Light (implementing a unification
algorithm iirc).  I haven't done any Caml since but this Christmas I
decided to give Ocaml a go (just for the fun of it).

As I'm learning I am wondering how to write idiomatic OCaml - as an
example, as it has both functional and imperative syntax, I'm finding it
hard to decide what is most natural in some situations.  Do you have any
good suggestions?

My favourite way to learn is by doing and getting feedback.  What would be
an appropriate way for me to request feedback?  It would be for fairly
simple code.


Arnaud Delobelle

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2021-12-29 16:09 Arnaud Delobelle [this message]
2021-12-29 17:52 ` Nicolás Ojeda Bär
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2014-10-29 13:49 [Caml-list] Learning OCaml Ramu Iyer

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