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OCaml is general purpose programming language with more importance to safety and expressiveness. With it's advanced type system, it helps to catch the mistakes in an efficient way. Hence this is used to develop applications/environments where a single mistake can cost millions and speed matters. It has good community support and rich set of development tools and libraries.
- Strongly typed functional language
- Easy to learn
- Very powerful type system
- Automatic memory management
- There is a seperate compilation of standalone applications.
- Ocaml compiler can also produce machine codes
- Multiple inheritance and parametric classes etc can be expressed in a simpler way
- User can define algebraic data types
|Basic data types||integers, floating point numbers, booleans, characters, strings.|
|Sophisticated data types||tuples, arrays, lists, sets, hash tables, queues, stacks, data streams.|
OCaml allows users to define new data types.
Variable is a name given to the storage area in order to manipulate them in our programs.
let varible-names = value
If is performed when you need to choose expression based on a boolean-condition.
if boolean-condition then (* code if condition is true *) if boolean-condition then (* code if condition is true*) else (* code if condition is false*)
While is used to iterate a set of statements based on a condition. Usually while is preferred when number of ierations is not known in advance.
while boolean-condition do (* code *) done
For loop is used to iterate a set of statements for specific number of items.
for var = start-value to end-value do (* code *) done for var = start-value downto end-value do (* code *) done
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