This is the second of three lectures on integrating domain-specific languages with general-purpose programming languages. In particular, SQL for database queries. This lecture presented LINQ, Language Integrated Query, together with some background on Microsoft’s .NET framework, and the language features added to C# to support LINQ.
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There are no lectures next week, and you should work on your coursework investigation. If you have questions or problems you wish to raise, you can bring them to me on Wednesday afternoon.
Office Hour: 2-3pm Wednesday 20 October, Informatics Forum 5.04, Ian Stark
If the turnstile gates are closed and your student card does not open them, ask at the front desk for admission.
Continuing with types, and in particular some uses in the experimental language laboratory that is Haskell. This lecture covers more on polymorphism, in both object-oriented and functional languages.