Semantic Constructs for a Persistent Programming Language [chapter]

Shane B. Sparg, Sonia Berman
1993 Persistent Object Systems  
Existing persistent languages cannot express the structure and semantics of the data they work on precisely and simply. As a result programs are more difficult to write and the integrity of the data is compromised. This paper presents a persistent programming language which includes a constraint definition and checking system. The constraint definition aspects of the language PERCI are explained and the implementation of the constraint handling system is outlined. PERCI is compared with
more » ... languages and the advantages of the new language are described.
doi:10.1007/978-1-4471-3209-7_18 fatcat:zvsdwybdbrednovq5ponerf5hu