Doppl development iteration #6

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Doppl is a new programming language that aims providing a natural syntax for implementing parallel algorithms, designing data structures for shared memory applications and automated message passing among multiple tasks. The name is an abbreviation of `data oriented parallel programming language`.

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Doppl development iteration #6

  1. 1. DOPPL Data Oriented Parallel Programming Language Development Diary Iteration #6 Covered Concepts: String Concatenation Operator Diego PERINI Department of Computer Engineering Istanbul Technical University, Turkey 2013-08-09 1
  2. 2. Abstract This paper stands for Doppl language development iteration #6. In this paper, string concatenation operator will be introduced. 1. Rationale As a high level language, Doppl characters are also strings therefore there is no distinction between string concatenation and character appending. 2. String Concatenation Operator keyword meaning ++ string concatenation ++ operator can concatenate any string literal with any initialized string as well as can be used to chain multiple concatenations. Null literal is not considered as a valid string therefore cannot be concatenated. Below is an example source code. #String Concatenation task(1) Strings { data a_string = string #Examples init: { a_string = "Hello" a_string = a_string ++ " World" ++ "!" } } 3. Conclusion Iteration #6 introduces string concatenation operator and stresses the fact that there is no distinction between a character and a string in terms of Doppl types. 4. Future Concepts Below are the concepts that are likely to be introduced in next iterations. ● ● ● ● Standard input and output once access modifier if conditional and trueness State transition operators 2
  3. 3. ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● Primitive Collections and basic collection operators Provision operators Tasks as members Task and data traits Custom data types and defining traits Built-in traits for primitive data types Message passing Exception states 5. License CC BY-SA 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ 3

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