Am 22.01.2014 14:28, schrieb Dejan Lekic:
On Wednesday, 22 January 2014 at 10:38:40 UTC, bearophile wrote:

In Haskell the GHC compiler goes one step further, it translates all
the Haskell code into an intermediate code named Core, that is not the
language of a virtual machine, it's still a functional language, but
it's simpler, lot of the syntax differences between language
constructs is reduced to a much reduced number of mostly functional

Same story is with Erlang as far as I know.

Most likely due to its Prolog influence, which also does it.

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