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By Andrey_Karpov_2009
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Submitted: Nov 26 2012 / 06:00

In my view, extensible records are a rather good problem for gauging type system expressivity. I recently wrote an extensible records framework for Haskell called Vinyl; today, I thought I would see what it would take to manifest something similar in C++. To get started, extensible records just means a compositional approach to data structures, usually involving some kind of row polymorphism. So, given specifications for some record fields, we can get an expressive kind of static duck typing.
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