Functional programming languages have their origin in LISP and, thus, can be traced back to as early as 1958. It is, however, only since the end of the Seventies that this class of languages has freed itself from the dominance of LISP and developed novel concepts and implementation techniques.
KeywordsVirtual Machine Functional Programming Function Application Instruction Sequence Translation Scheme
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