How do you say "δ:Q×Σ→Q" in English? Describing what "×" and "→" mean would also help.
I know that Exceptions as a means of flow-control is generally frowned upon. But in my opinion, Exceptions have little value short of the flow-control aspect - after all, if you didn't want the ...
I recently came across this passage in an article by John Reynolds (emphasis added): ...from designers innocent of the principles of programming language design, we have been given a nearly ...
In languages oriented towards systems programming, digital logic and hardware design, it's common to treat boolean as a subtype of integer. In languages oriented towards mathematics and type theory, ...
I know this could be considered a pointless question. However despite I am quite convinced that any possible model (i.e. UML, SysML, natural language, math, etc.) can be defined by means of a graph I ...
I mean, is there an antonym for "first-class function"?
I am busy researching different languages just for some theoretical knowledge and came across programs that manipulate themselves. What language feature is used for this?
Is it appropriate to use Exception handling for flow control of our programs ? There are some programming languages/circumstances where we can't avoid it Exception handling for flow control. Should ...
When designing an explicitly parallel language, what built in functions should be parallelized? [closed]
As stated by the title. Some examples that I would include would be map and conditionals. What other functions should be built in already parallel for users to expand on it?