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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Fortress (sans unicode in this example) may provide some inspiration:

    factorial (n :Z64) requires n >= 0 =
       if n = 0 then 1
       else n factorial (n - 1)
    end
    Take a look at method contracts and function contracts for possible ideas as there's more to it then just what I've shown.
  • This smells an awful lot like a database to me…when are people going to realize how powerful and flexible the databases are that they already use?

    —Theory
    • This is far different. Would you really want to try to update real-time GUI constraints from a database instead of in the code?