guru is a programming language created in 2009. OpTT has been implemented in the GURU verified programming language, which includes a type- and proof-checker, and a compiler to efficient C code. In addition to the core OpTT, GURU implements a number of extensions, including ones for verification of programs using mutable state and input/output. This paper gives an introduction to verified programming in GURU.
- guru first appeared in 2009
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Example code from the web:
Inductive trie : Fun(A:type).type := trie_none : Fun(A:type).<trie A> | trie_exact : Fun(A:type)(s:string)(a:A).<trie A> | trie_next : Fun(A:type)(o:<option A>) (unique l:<charvec <trie A>>). <trie A>.
Last updated February 18th, 2020