[Haskell] Modelling languages for FP (like UML for OO)
mads_lindstroem at yahoo.dk
Thu Jan 19 08:09:37 EST 2006
In object-oriented programming, UML is used to model programs. In
functional programming (especially Haskell) we use ???
The only graphical modellering language I have found is FAD:
Are there other approaches?
Are anybody, except for the creates of FAD, using it?
If you are using FAD, what are your experiences with it?
I am mainly interested in the macro level. That is modules, classes,
class instances, ... Not in modellering the internals of a function.
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