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Strict programming language

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A strict programming language is a programming language which employs a strict programming paradigm, allowing only strict functions (functions whose parameters must be evaluated completely before they may be called) to be defined by the user. A non-strict programming language allows the user to define non-strict functions, and hence may allow lazy evaluation. Examples Nearly all programming languages in common use today are strict. Examples include C#, Java, Perl (all versions, i.e. through version 5 and version 7), Python, Ruby, Common Lisp, and ML. Some strict programming languages include features that mimic laziness. Raku, formerly known as Perl 6, has lazy lists. Python has generator functions. Julia provides a macro system to build non-strict functions, as does Scheme. Examples for non-strict languages are Haskell, R, Miranda, and Clean. Explanation In most non-strict languages the non-strictness extends to data constructors. This allows conceptually
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