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Alfl definition

A lazy function language. A weakly typed, lazy functional language developed by Paul Hudak of Yale in 1983. Alfl is implemented as a Scheme preprocessor for the Orbit compiler, by transforming laziness into force-and-delay.
["Alfl Reference Manual and Programmer's Guide", P. Hudak, YALEU/DCS/RR322, Yale U, Oct 1984].
See also ParAlfl.

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