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Ocaml

Objective CAML, also known as Ocaml or O'Caml for short (or some other alternative spelling), is an advanced programming language based on the ML family. To the functional and imperative features of Standard ML, it adds object-oriented concepts.

Ocaml provides both a bytecode compiler and a native code compiler, and the latter has been ported to a large number of platforms. The code generated by the native compiler is typically comparable to C/C++ in speed.

See also: F sharp programming language

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