Algebraic data type
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Algebraic data type: In computer programming, particularly functional programming and type theory, an algebraic data type is a kind of composite type, i.e. a type formed by combining other types. Two common classes of algebraic type are product types, i.e. tuples and records, and sum types, also called tagged unions or variant types.
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by Erica Sadun
Algebraic Data Types An algebraic data type is a composite type formed from other types. That is, it's a data type that can be constructed using primitive data types like strings, doubles, and so forth, and from other composite types, like CGPoint ...
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