Extensible ML

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This article is about the programming language called Extensible ML. For a description of the general-purpose markup language called Extensible Markup Language, see XML.

Extensible ML (EML) is an ML-like programming language that adds support for object-oriented idioms in a functional setting. EML extends ML-style datatypes and functions with a class construct designed to be extended into hierarchies, thus allowing the programmer to seamlessly integrate the object-oriented programming paradigm with the traditional functional style.

Extensible ML is related neither to the programming language Extended ML (other than being similarly derived from ML), nor to the specification language eXtensible Markup Language, nor to extensible programming.

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  • Millstein, Bleckner, Chambers. Modular typechecking for hierarchically extensible datatypes and functions. Proceedings of the seventh ACM SIGPLAN international conference on Functional programming, ACM Press, 2002.

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