Functional logic programming

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Functional logic programming is the combination, in a single programming language, of the paradigms of functional programming and logic programming.[1] This style of programming is embodied by various programming languages, including Curry[2] and Mercury.[1]

A journal devoted to the integration of functional and logic programming was published by MIT Press and the European Association for Programming Languages and Systems between 1995 and 2008.[3]

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  1. ^ a b Antoy, Sergio, and Michael Hanus. "Functional logic programming." Commun. ACM 53.4 (2010): 74-85.
  2. ^ Hanus, Michael, Herbert Kuchen, and Juan Jose Moreno-Navarro. "Curry: A truly functional logic language." Proc. ILPS. Vol. 95. No. 5. 1995.
  3. ^ Kuchen, Herbert. "The Journal of Functional and Logic Programming". University of Münster.

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