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The expressiveness of higher-order, typed languages such as Haskell or ML makes them an attractive medium in which to write software components. Hitherto, however, their use has been limited by the allor-nothing problem: it is hard to write just part of an application in these languages. Component-based programming using a binary standard such as Microsoft's Component Object Model (COM) o ers a solution to this dilemma, by specifying a language-independent interface between components. Thisdoi:10.1109/icsr.1998.685747 dblp:conf/icsr/JonesML98 fatcat:73jsncgm6zf55eynds2ziwuk2m