"Visual Haskell" paper 
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 "Visual Haskell" paper

The following paper can be obtained by anonymous ftp from
ftp.ee.uts.edu.au:/pub/prose/visual-haskell.ps.gz:

Visual Haskell: A First Attempt
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H. John Reekie
School of Electrical Engineering
University of Technology, Sydney


Research Report 94.5,
Key Centre for Advanced Computing Sciences,
University of Technology, Sydney,
PO Box 123,
Broadway NSW 2007,
Australia,
August 1994.

Abstract
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This paper presents  the Visual Haskell language. Visual
Haskell is intended as i) a means of visualising Haskell
programs, and ii) as a complementary programming notation to
standard Haskell. The syntax of Visual Haskell is specified
by first giving a translation from Haskell into an
intermediate, textual form; the visual syntax is then
specified as a direct translation from the intermediate form
into visual representations.
Visual Haskell is kept as close to Haskell as
possible, in the hope that it could be used in a ``two-view''
programming system. Several examples of function definitions
illustrate how Visual Haskell looks and is used.

Visual Haskell is incomplete, lacking syntax
for modules, type declarations, type classes and instances, arrays,
and user-defined operators. These are seen
as temporary omissions rather than insurmountable drawbacks.

Regards

John Reekie



Fri, 21 Feb 1997 09:38:39 GMT  
 
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