Re: Dealing with higher order operations coupled with primitives

Discussion in 'Java' started by Gina Engli, Jun 22, 2012.

  1. Gina Engli

    Gina Engli Guest

    On 22/06/2012 4:28 PM, Aaron W. Hsu wrote:
    > I am setting up a series of examples that will hopefully make things
    > clearer. I have considered Haskell and Clojure, but what I am after is a
    > mature platform on which to construct a core runtime that will be used
    > by my compiler's output. Haskell does not fit the bill as its behavior is
    > too unpredictable, and Clojure still seems slower than Java, and less
    > general in allowing me to play games with mutation.


    As I understand it, your use of mutation is with Java arrays. Clojure
    gives you access to Java arrays, including mutation, and with type hints
    the array operations should be as fast as in Java.
     
    Gina Engli, Jun 22, 2012
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