SML# is highly interoperable with C so that we can use C functions without data conversion simply by importing them as SML# functions using special importing expressions. In this paper we extend the SML# language so that we can write C programs directly in SML# programs. We added a special construct for embedding C programs, which is a declaration in the extended SML# language. This extension enables us to write C programs not only in toplevel but also in the declaration part of let expressions, local declarations, structures, and functors. Furthermore we added a functionality of referring to values of SML# variables from embedded C programs.
|Number of pages||11|
|Publication status||Published - 2012|
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