© Jørgen Steensgaard-Madsen, Copenhagen, 2006
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Some operations depend on semantics defined in the common interpretation engine, without being required for basic processing. A typical example is means to obtain command line options.
The following type operators are defined internally
void int real string Text Output
The following types are globally bound, i.e. should be predefined in some contribution. A number before a type operator name tells how many types are needed to form a type of the named kind - e.g. one type (the element type) is required to determine a list type.
NONE  complex  Input  1 Array  1 List
2 Tuple  1 Option  1 Tree

Operations


Contents

·Demo language
Implementation tool
Copyrights


General properties
Applications
·Contributions
Installation


Somefix operators
Statements
Predefined type operators
Mutable variables
Functions for mathematics
File operations
Processes and connections
Misc. utilities
New type operators
·Top-level entities



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