LEDA : a blending of imperative and relational programming Public Deposited

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  • This paper describes features of a new strongly typed, compiled programming language, called LEDA. LEDA attempts to combine aspects of both imperative (value-oriented) and logical (relation-oriented) styles of programming. Logical behavior is introduced by means of a new programming structure, called a relation. Relations have similarities to functions and procedures, but are distinct from both. Several examples are presented illustrating how the combination of features from the two paradigms are mutually beneficial. Finally a short overview of the implementation is given.
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