Module Core_kernel

module Std : sig ... end
include Std
include Core_kernel__.Std_kernel

Std_kernel defines modules exposed by Core_kernel that are not overridden by Core. It is used in core.ml to re-export these modules.

include Core_kernel__.Std_internal
include Core_kernel__.Core_pervasives

This module has exactly the same interface and implementation as INRIA's Pervasives, except that some things are deprecated in favor of Core equivalents.

Functions here are in one of four states: 1. Deprecated using @

  • Deprecated . 2. Accepted as part of Core for the forseeable future. 3. We haven't yet decided whether to deprecate, as indicated by a CR. 4. We plan to deprecate eventually, but haven't yet, as indicated by a CR.

    Eventually, this module will be removed, and it will be recommended to compile with -nopervasives when using Core.

Exceptions
external raise : exn ‑> 'a = "%reraise"

Raise the given exception value

external raise_notrace : exn ‑> 'a = "%raise_notrace"

A faster version raise which does not record the backtrace.

  • Since: 4.02.0
val invalid_arg : string ‑> 'a

Raise exception Invalid_argument with the given string.

val failwith : string ‑> 'a

Raise exception Failure with the given string.

exception Exit

The Exit exception is not raised by any library function. It is provided for use in your programs.

Comparisons
external (=) : 'a ‑> 'a ‑> bool = "%equal"

e1 = e2 tests for structural equality of e1 and e2. Mutable structures (e.g. references and arrays) are equal if and only if their current contents are structurally equal, even if the two mutable objects are not the same physical object. Equality between functional values raises Invalid_argument. Equality between cyclic data structures may not terminate.

external (<>) : 'a ‑> 'a ‑> bool = "%notequal"

Negation of Pervasives.( = ).

external (<) : 'a ‑> 'a ‑> bool = "%lessthan"

See Pervasives.( >= ).

external (>) : 'a ‑> 'a ‑> bool = "%greaterthan"

See Pervasives.( >= ).

external (<=) : 'a ‑> 'a ‑> bool = "%lessequal"

See Pervasives.( >= ).

external (>=) : 'a ‑> 'a ‑> bool = "%greaterequal"

Structural ordering functions. These functions coincide with the usual orderings over integers, characters, strings, byte sequences and floating-point numbers, and extend them to a total ordering over all types. The ordering is compatible with ( = ). As in the case of ( = ), mutable structures are compared by contents. Comparison between functional values raises Invalid_argument. Comparison between cyclic structures may not terminate.

external compare : 'a ‑> 'a ‑> int = "%compare"

compare x y returns 0 if x is equal to y, a negative integer if x is less than y, and a positive integer if x is greater than y. The ordering implemented by compare is compatible with the comparison predicates =, < and > defined above, with one difference on the treatment of the float value Pervasives.nan. Namely, the comparison predicates treat nan as different from any other float value, including itself; while compare treats nan as equal to itself and less than any other float value. This treatment of nan ensures that compare defines a total ordering relation.

compare applied to functional values may raise Invalid_argument. compare applied to cyclic structures may not terminate.

The compare function can be used as the comparison function required by the Set.Make and Map.Make functors, as well as the List.sort and Array.sort functions.

val min : 'a ‑> 'a ‑> 'a

Return the smaller of the two arguments. The result is unspecified if one of the arguments contains the float value nan.

val max : 'a ‑> 'a ‑> 'a

Return the greater of the two arguments. The result is unspecified if one of the arguments contains the float value nan.

external (==) : 'a ‑> 'a ‑> bool = "%eq"

e1 == e2 tests for physical equality of e1 and e2. On mutable types such as references, arrays, byte sequences, records with mutable fields and objects with mutable instance variables, e1 == e2 is true if and only if physical modification of e1 also affects e2. On non-mutable types, the behavior of ( == ) is implementation-dependent; however, it is guaranteed that e1 == e2 implies compare e1 e2 = 0.

external (!=) : 'a ‑> 'a ‑> bool = "%noteq"

Negation of Pervasives.( == ).

Boolean operations
external not : bool ‑> bool = "%boolnot"

The boolean negation.

external (&&) : bool ‑> bool ‑> bool = "%sequand"

The boolean 'and'. Evaluation is sequential, left-to-right: in e1 && e2, e1 is evaluated first, and if it returns false, e2 is not evaluated at all.

external (&) : bool ‑> bool ‑> bool = "%sequand"
external (||) : bool ‑> bool ‑> bool = "%sequor"

The boolean 'or'. Evaluation is sequential, left-to-right: in e1 || e2, e1 is evaluated first, and if it returns true, e2 is not evaluated at all.

external or : bool ‑> bool ‑> bool = "%sequor"
Debugging
external __LOC__ : string = "%loc_LOC"

__LOC__ returns the location at which this expression appears in the file currently being parsed by the compiler, with the standard error format of OCaml: "File %S, line %d, characters %d-%d"

external __FILE__ : string = "%loc_FILE"

__FILE__ returns the name of the file currently being parsed by the compiler.

external __LINE__ : int = "%loc_LINE"

__LINE__ returns the line number at which this expression appears in the file currently being parsed by the compiler.

external __MODULE__ : string = "%loc_MODULE"

__MODULE__ returns the module name of the file being parsed by the compiler.

external __POS__ : string * int * int * int = "%loc_POS"

__POS__ returns a tuple (file,lnum,cnum,enum), corresponding to the location at which this expression appears in the file currently being parsed by the compiler. file is the current filename, lnum the line number, cnum the character position in the line and enum the last character position in the line.

external __LOC_OF__ : 'a ‑> string * 'a = "%loc_LOC"

__LOC_OF__ expr returns a pair (loc, expr) where loc is the location of expr in the file currently being parsed by the compiler, with the standard error format of OCaml: "File %S, line %d, characters %d-%d"

external __LINE_OF__ : 'a ‑> int * 'a = "%loc_LINE"

__LINE_OF__ expr returns a pair (line, expr), where line is the line number at which the expression expr appears in the file currently being parsed by the compiler.

external __POS_OF__ : 'a ‑> (string * int * int * int) * 'a = "%loc_POS"

__POS_OF__ expr returns a pair (expr,loc), where loc is a tuple (file,lnum,cnum,enum) corresponding to the location at which the expression expr appears in the file currently being parsed by the compiler. file is the current filename, lnum the line number, cnum the character position in the line and enum the last character position in the line.

Composition operators
external (|>) : 'a ‑> ('a ‑> 'b) ‑> 'b = "%revapply"

Reverse-application operator: x |> f |> g is exactly equivalent to g (f (x)).

  • Since: 4.01
external (@@) : ('a ‑> 'b) ‑> 'a ‑> 'b = "%apply"

Application operator: g @@ f @@ x is exactly equivalent to g (f (x)).

  • Since: 4.01
Integer arithmetic

Integers are 31 bits wide (or 63 bits on 64-bit processors). All operations are taken modulo 231 (or 263). They do not fail on overflow.

external (~-) : int ‑> int = "%negint"

Unary negation. You can also write - e instead of ~- e.

external (~+) : int ‑> int = "%identity"

Unary addition. You can also write + e instead of ~+ e.

  • Since: 3.12.0
external succ : int ‑> int = "%succint"

succ x is x + 1.

external pred : int ‑> int = "%predint"

pred x is x - 1.

external (+) : int ‑> int ‑> int = "%addint"

Integer addition.

external (-) : int ‑> int ‑> int = "%subint"

Integer subtraction.

external (*) : int ‑> int ‑> int = "%mulint"

Integer multiplication.

external (/) : int ‑> int ‑> int = "%divint"

Integer division. Raise Division_by_zero if the second argument is 0. Integer division rounds the real quotient of its arguments towards zero. More precisely, if x >= 0 and y > 0, x / y is the greatest integer less than or equal to the real quotient of x by y. Moreover, (- x) / y = x / (- y) = - (x / y).

external (mod) : int ‑> int ‑> int = "%modint"

Integer remainder. If y is not zero, the result of x mod y satisfies the following properties: x = (x / y) * y + x mod y and abs(x mod y) <= abs(y) - 1. If y = 0, x mod y raises Division_by_zero. Note that x mod y is negative only if x < 0. Raise Division_by_zero if y is zero.

val abs : int ‑> int

Return the absolute value of the argument. Note that this may be negative if the argument is min_int.

val max_int : int

The greatest representable integer.

val min_int : int

The smallest representable integer.

Bitwise operations
external (land) : int ‑> int ‑> int = "%andint"

Bitwise logical and.

external (lor) : int ‑> int ‑> int = "%orint"

Bitwise logical or.

external (lxor) : int ‑> int ‑> int = "%xorint"

Bitwise logical exclusive or.

val (lnot) : int ‑> int

Bitwise logical negation.

external (lsl) : int ‑> int ‑> int = "%lslint"

n lsl m shifts n to the left by m bits. The result is unspecified if m < 0 or m >= bitsize, where bitsize is 32 on a 32-bit platform and 64 on a 64-bit platform.

external (lsr) : int ‑> int ‑> int = "%lsrint"

n lsr m shifts n to the right by m bits. This is a logical shift: zeroes are inserted regardless of the sign of n. The result is unspecified if m < 0 or m >= bitsize.

external (asr) : int ‑> int ‑> int = "%asrint"

n asr m shifts n to the right by m bits. This is an arithmetic shift: the sign bit of n is replicated. The result is unspecified if m < 0 or m >= bitsize.

Floating-point arithmetic

OCaml's floating-point numbers follow the IEEE 754 standard, using double precision (64 bits) numbers. Floating-point operations never raise an exception on overflow, underflow, division by zero, etc. Instead, special IEEE numbers are returned as appropriate, such as infinity for 1.0 /. 0.0, neg_infinity for -1.0 /. 0.0, and nan ('not a number') for 0.0 /. 0.0. These special numbers then propagate through floating-point computations as expected: for instance, 1.0 /. infinity is 0.0, and any arithmetic operation with nan as argument returns nan as result.

external (~-.) : float ‑> float = "%negfloat"

Unary negation. You can also write -. e instead of ~-. e.

external (~+.) : float ‑> float = "%identity"

Unary addition. You can also write +. e instead of ~+. e.

  • Since: 3.12.0
external (+.) : float ‑> float ‑> float = "%addfloat"

Floating-point addition

external (-.) : float ‑> float ‑> float = "%subfloat"

Floating-point subtraction

external (*.) : float ‑> float ‑> float = "%mulfloat"

Floating-point multiplication

external (/.) : float ‑> float ‑> float = "%divfloat"

Floating-point division.

external (**) : float ‑> float ‑> float = "caml_power_float" "pow"

Exponentiation.

external sqrt : float ‑> float = "caml_sqrt_float" "sqrt"

Square root.

external exp : float ‑> float = "caml_exp_float" "exp"

Exponential.

external log : float ‑> float = "caml_log_float" "log"

Natural logarithm.

external log10 : float ‑> float = "caml_log10_float" "log10"

Base 10 logarithm.

external expm1 : float ‑> float = "caml_expm1_float" "caml_expm1"

expm1 x computes exp x -. 1.0, giving numerically-accurate results even if x is close to 0.0.

  • Since: 3.12.0
external log1p : float ‑> float = "caml_log1p_float" "caml_log1p"

log1p x computes log(1.0 +. x) (natural logarithm), giving numerically-accurate results even if x is close to 0.0.

  • Since: 3.12.0
external cos : float ‑> float = "caml_cos_float" "cos"

Cosine. Argument is in radians.

external sin : float ‑> float = "caml_sin_float" "sin"

Sine. Argument is in radians.

external tan : float ‑> float = "caml_tan_float" "tan"

Tangent. Argument is in radians.

external acos : float ‑> float = "caml_acos_float" "acos"

Arc cosine. The argument must fall within the range [-1.0, 1.0]. Result is in radians and is between 0.0 and pi.

external asin : float ‑> float = "caml_asin_float" "asin"

Arc sine. The argument must fall within the range [-1.0, 1.0]. Result is in radians and is between -pi/2 and pi/2.

external atan : float ‑> float = "caml_atan_float" "atan"

Arc tangent. Result is in radians and is between -pi/2 and pi/2.

external atan2 : float ‑> float ‑> float = "caml_atan2_float" "atan2"

atan2 y x returns the arc tangent of y /. x. The signs of x and y are used to determine the quadrant of the result. Result is in radians and is between -pi and pi.

external hypot : float ‑> float ‑> float = "caml_hypot_float" "caml_hypot"

hypot x y returns sqrt(x *. x + y *. y), that is, the length of the hypotenuse of a right-angled triangle with sides of length x and y, or, equivalently, the distance of the point (x,y) to origin.

  • Since: 4.00.0
external cosh : float ‑> float = "caml_cosh_float" "cosh"

Hyperbolic cosine. Argument is in radians.

external sinh : float ‑> float = "caml_sinh_float" "sinh"

Hyperbolic sine. Argument is in radians.

external tanh : float ‑> float = "caml_tanh_float" "tanh"

Hyperbolic tangent. Argument is in radians.

external ceil : float ‑> float = "caml_ceil_float" "ceil"

Round above to an integer value. ceil f returns the least integer value greater than or equal to f. The result is returned as a float.

external floor : float ‑> float = "caml_floor_float" "floor"

Round below to an integer value. floor f returns the greatest integer value less than or equal to f. The result is returned as a float.

external abs_float : float ‑> float = "%absfloat"

abs_float f returns the absolute value of f.

external copysign : float ‑> float ‑> float = "caml_copysign_float" "caml_copysign"

copysign x y returns a float whose absolute value is that of x and whose sign is that of y. If x is nan, returns nan. If y is nan, returns either x or -. x, but it is not specified which.

  • Since: 4.00.0
external mod_float : float ‑> float ‑> float = "caml_fmod_float" "fmod"

mod_float a b returns the remainder of a with respect to b. The returned value is a -. n *. b, where n is the quotient a /. b rounded towards zero to an integer.

external frexp : float ‑> float * int = "caml_frexp_float"

frexp f returns the pair of the significant and the exponent of f. When f is zero, the significant x and the exponent n of f are equal to zero. When f is non-zero, they are defined by f = x *. 2 ** n and 0.5 <= x < 1.0.

external ldexp : float ‑> int ‑> float = "caml_ldexp_float" "caml_ldexp_float_unboxed"

ldexp x n returns x *. 2 ** n.

external modf : float ‑> float * float = "caml_modf_float"

modf f returns the pair of the fractional and integral part of f.

external float : int ‑> float = "%floatofint"

Same as Pervasives.float_of_int.

external float_of_int : int ‑> float = "%floatofint"

Convert an integer to floating-point.

external truncate : float ‑> int = "%intoffloat"

Same as Pervasives.int_of_float.

external int_of_float : float ‑> int = "%intoffloat"

Truncate the given floating-point number to an integer. The result is unspecified if the argument is nan or falls outside the range of representable integers.

val infinity : float

Positive infinity.

val neg_infinity : float

Negative infinity.

val nan : float

A special floating-point value denoting the result of an undefined operation such as 0.0 /. 0.0. Stands for 'not a number'. Any floating-point operation with nan as argument returns nan as result. As for floating-point comparisons, =, <, <=, > and >= return false and <> returns true if one or both of their arguments is nan.

val max_float : float

The largest positive finite value of type float.

val min_float : float

The smallest positive, non-zero, non-denormalized value of type float.

val epsilon_float : float

The difference between 1.0 and the smallest exactly representable floating-point number greater than 1.0.

type fpclass = Pervasives.fpclass =
| FP_normal

(** Normal number, none of the below *)

| FP_subnormal

(** Number very close to 0.0, has reduced precision *)

| FP_zero

(** Number is 0.0 or -0.0 *)

| FP_infinite

(** Number is positive or negative infinity *)

| FP_nan

(** Not a number: result of an undefined operation *)

The five classes of floating-point numbers, as determined by the Pervasives.classify_float function.

external classify_float : float ‑> fpclass = "caml_classify_float" "caml_classify_float_unboxed"

Return the class of the given floating-point number: normal, subnormal, zero, infinite, or not a number.

String operations

More string operations are provided in module String.

val (^) : string ‑> string ‑> string

String concatenation.

Character operations

More character operations are provided in module Char.

external int_of_char : char ‑> int = "%identity"

Return the ASCII code of the argument.

val char_of_int : int ‑> char

Return the character with the given ASCII code. Raise Invalid_argument "char_of_int" if the argument is outside the range 0--255.

Unit operations
external ignore : 'a ‑> unit = "%ignore"

Discard the value of its argument and return (). For instance, ignore(f x) discards the result of the side-effecting function f. It is equivalent to f x; (), except that the latter may generate a compiler warning; writing ignore(f x) instead avoids the warning.

String conversion functions
val string_of_bool : bool ‑> string

Return the string representation of a boolean. As the returned values may be shared, the user should not modify them directly.

val bool_of_string : string ‑> bool

Convert the given string to a boolean. Raise Invalid_argument "bool_of_string" if the string is not "true" or "false".

val string_of_int : int ‑> string

Return the string representation of an integer, in decimal.

external int_of_string : string ‑> int = "caml_int_of_string"

Convert the given string to an integer. The string is read in decimal (by default) or in hexadecimal (if it begins with 0x or 0X), octal (if it begins with 0o or 0O), or binary (if it begins with 0b or 0B). Raise Failure "int_of_string" if the given string is not a valid representation of an integer, or if the integer represented exceeds the range of integers representable in type int.

val string_of_float : float ‑> string

Return the string representation of a floating-point number.

external float_of_string : string ‑> float = "caml_float_of_string"

Convert the given string to a float. Raise Failure "float_of_string" if the given string is not a valid representation of a float.

Pair operations
external fst : ('a * 'b) ‑> 'a = "%field0"

Return the first component of a pair.

external snd : ('a * 'b) ‑> 'b = "%field1"

Return the second component of a pair.

List operations

More list operations are provided in module List.

val (@) : 'a list ‑> 'a list ‑> 'a list

List concatenation.

Input/output

Note: all input/output functions can raise Sys_error when the system calls they invoke fail.

type in_channel = Pervasives.in_channel

The type of input channel.

type out_channel = Pervasives.out_channel

The type of output channel.

val stdin : Pervasives.in_channel

The standard input for the process.

val stdout : Pervasives.out_channel

The standard output for the process.

val stderr : Pervasives.out_channel

The standard error output for the process.

Output functions on standard output
val print_char : char ‑> unit

Print a character on standard output.

val print_string : string ‑> unit

Print a string on standard output.

val print_bytes : bytes ‑> unit

Print a byte sequence on standard output.

val print_int : int ‑> unit

Print an integer, in decimal, on standard output.

val print_float : float ‑> unit

Print a floating-point number, in decimal, on standard output.

val print_endline : string ‑> unit

Print a string, followed by a newline character, on standard output and flush standard output.

val print_newline : unit ‑> unit

Print a newline character on standard output, and flush standard output. This can be used to simulate line buffering of standard output.

Output functions on standard error
val prerr_char : char ‑> unit

Print a character on standard error.

val prerr_string : string ‑> unit

Print a string on standard error.

val prerr_bytes : bytes ‑> unit

Print a byte sequence on standard error.

val prerr_int : int ‑> unit

Print an integer, in decimal, on standard error.

val prerr_float : float ‑> unit

Print a floating-point number, in decimal, on standard error.

val prerr_endline : string ‑> unit

Print a string, followed by a newline character on standard error and flush standard error.

val prerr_newline : unit ‑> unit

Print a newline character on standard error, and flush standard error.

Input functions on standard input
val read_line : unit ‑> string

Flush standard output, then read characters from standard input until a newline character is encountered. Return the string of all characters read, without the newline character at the end.

val read_int : unit ‑> int

Flush standard output, then read one line from standard input and convert it to an integer. Raise Failure "int_of_string" if the line read is not a valid representation of an integer.

val read_float : unit ‑> float

Flush standard output, then read one line from standard input and convert it to a floating-point number. The result is unspecified if the line read is not a valid representation of a floating-point number.

General output functions
type open_flag = Pervasives.open_flag =
| Open_rdonly

(** open for reading. *)

| Open_wronly

(** open for writing. *)

| Open_append

(** open for appending: always write at end of file. *)

| Open_creat

(** create the file if it does not exist. *)

| Open_trunc

(** empty the file if it already exists. *)

| Open_excl

(** fail if Open_creat and the file already exists. *)

| Open_binary

(** open in binary mode (no conversion). *)

| Open_text

(** open in text mode (may perform conversions). *)

| Open_nonblock

(** open in non-blocking mode. *)

Opening modes for Pervasives.open_out_gen and Pervasives.open_in_gen.

val open_out : string ‑> Pervasives.out_channel

Open the named file for writing, and return a new output channel on that file, positionned at the beginning of the file. The file is truncated to zero length if it already exists. It is created if it does not already exists.

val open_out_bin : string ‑> Pervasives.out_channel

Same as Pervasives.open_out, but the file is opened in binary mode, so that no translation takes place during writes. On operating systems that do not distinguish between text mode and binary mode, this function behaves like Pervasives.open_out.

val open_out_gen : Pervasives.open_flag list ‑> int ‑> string ‑> Pervasives.out_channel

open_out_gen mode perm filename opens the named file for writing, as described above. The extra argument mode specify the opening mode. The extra argument perm specifies the file permissions, in case the file must be created. Pervasives.open_out and Pervasives.open_out_bin are special cases of this function.

val flush : Pervasives.out_channel ‑> unit

Flush the buffer associated with the given output channel, performing all pending writes on that channel. Interactive programs must be careful about flushing standard output and standard error at the right time.

val flush_all : unit ‑> unit

Flush all open output channels; ignore errors.

val output_char : Pervasives.out_channel ‑> char ‑> unit

Write the character on the given output channel.

val output_string : Pervasives.out_channel ‑> string ‑> unit

Write the string on the given output channel.

val output_bytes : Pervasives.out_channel ‑> bytes ‑> unit

Write the byte sequence on the given output channel.

val output : Pervasives.out_channel ‑> bytes ‑> int ‑> int ‑> unit

output oc buf pos len writes len characters from byte sequence buf, starting at offset pos, to the given output channel oc. Raise Invalid_argument "output" if pos and len do not designate a valid range of buf.

val output_substring : Pervasives.out_channel ‑> string ‑> int ‑> int ‑> unit

Same as output but take a string as argument instead of a byte sequence.

val output_byte : Pervasives.out_channel ‑> int ‑> unit

Write one 8-bit integer (as the single character with that code) on the given output channel. The given integer is taken modulo 256.

val output_binary_int : Pervasives.out_channel ‑> int ‑> unit

Write one integer in binary format (4 bytes, big-endian) on the given output channel. The given integer is taken modulo 232. The only reliable way to read it back is through the Pervasives.input_binary_int function. The format is compatible across all machines for a given version of OCaml.

val output_value : Pervasives.out_channel ‑> 'a ‑> unit

Write the representation of a structured value of any type to a channel. Circularities and sharing inside the value are detected and preserved. The object can be read back, by the function Pervasives.input_value. See the description of module Marshal for more information. Pervasives.output_value is equivalent to Marshal.to_channel with an empty list of flags.

val seek_out : Pervasives.out_channel ‑> int ‑> unit

seek_out chan pos sets the current writing position to pos for channel chan. This works only for regular files. On files of other kinds (such as terminals, pipes and sockets), the behavior is unspecified.

val pos_out : Pervasives.out_channel ‑> int

Return the current writing position for the given channel. Does not work on channels opened with the Open_append flag (returns unspecified results).

val out_channel_length : Pervasives.out_channel ‑> int

Return the size (number of characters) of the regular file on which the given channel is opened. If the channel is opened on a file that is not a regular file, the result is meaningless.

val close_out : Pervasives.out_channel ‑> unit

Close the given channel, flushing all buffered write operations. Output functions raise a Sys_error exception when they are applied to a closed output channel, except close_out and flush, which do nothing when applied to an already closed channel. Note that close_out may raise Sys_error if the operating system signals an error when flushing or closing.

val close_out_noerr : Pervasives.out_channel ‑> unit

Same as close_out, but ignore all errors.

val set_binary_mode_out : Pervasives.out_channel ‑> bool ‑> unit

set_binary_mode_out oc true sets the channel oc to binary mode: no translations take place during output. set_binary_mode_out oc false sets the channel oc to text mode: depending on the operating system, some translations may take place during output. For instance, under Windows, end-of-lines will be translated from \n to \r\n. This function has no effect under operating systems that do not distinguish between text mode and binary mode.

General input functions
val open_in : string ‑> Pervasives.in_channel

Open the named file for reading, and return a new input channel on that file, positionned at the beginning of the file.

val open_in_bin : string ‑> Pervasives.in_channel

Same as Pervasives.open_in, but the file is opened in binary mode, so that no translation takes place during reads. On operating systems that do not distinguish between text mode and binary mode, this function behaves like Pervasives.open_in.

val open_in_gen : Pervasives.open_flag list ‑> int ‑> string ‑> Pervasives.in_channel

open_in_gen mode perm filename opens the named file for reading, as described above. The extra arguments mode and perm specify the opening mode and file permissions. Pervasives.open_in and Pervasives.open_in_bin are special cases of this function.

val input_char : Pervasives.in_channel ‑> char

Read one character from the given input channel. Raise End_of_file if there are no more characters to read.

val input_line : Pervasives.in_channel ‑> string

Read characters from the given input channel, until a newline character is encountered. Return the string of all characters read, without the newline character at the end. Raise End_of_file if the end of the file is reached at the beginning of line.

val input : Pervasives.in_channel ‑> bytes ‑> int ‑> int ‑> int

input ic buf pos len reads up to len characters from the given channel ic, storing them in byte sequence buf, starting at character number pos. It returns the actual number of characters read, between 0 and len (inclusive). A return value of 0 means that the end of file was reached. A return value between 0 and len exclusive means that not all requested len characters were read, either because no more characters were available at that time, or because the implementation found it convenient to do a partial read; input must be called again to read the remaining characters, if desired. (See also Pervasives.really_input for reading exactly len characters.) Exception Invalid_argument "input" is raised if pos and len do not designate a valid range of buf.

val really_input : Pervasives.in_channel ‑> bytes ‑> int ‑> int ‑> unit

really_input ic buf pos len reads len characters from channel ic, storing them in byte sequence buf, starting at character number pos. Raise End_of_file if the end of file is reached before len characters have been read. Raise Invalid_argument "really_input" if pos and len do not designate a valid range of buf.

val really_input_string : Pervasives.in_channel ‑> int ‑> string

really_input_string ic len reads len characters from channel ic and returns them in a new string. Raise End_of_file if the end of file is reached before len characters have been read.

val input_byte : Pervasives.in_channel ‑> int

Same as Pervasives.input_char, but return the 8-bit integer representing the character. Raise End_of_file if an end of file was reached.

val input_binary_int : Pervasives.in_channel ‑> int

Read an integer encoded in binary format (4 bytes, big-endian) from the given input channel. See Pervasives.output_binary_int. Raise End_of_file if an end of file was reached while reading the integer.

val input_value : Pervasives.in_channel ‑> 'a

Read the representation of a structured value, as produced by Pervasives.output_value, and return the corresponding value. This function is identical to Marshal.from_channel; see the description of module Marshal for more information, in particular concerning the lack of type safety.

val seek_in : Pervasives.in_channel ‑> int ‑> unit

seek_in chan pos sets the current reading position to pos for channel chan. This works only for regular files. On files of other kinds, the behavior is unspecified.

val pos_in : Pervasives.in_channel ‑> int

Return the current reading position for the given channel.

val in_channel_length : Pervasives.in_channel ‑> int

Return the size (number of characters) of the regular file on which the given channel is opened. If the channel is opened on a file that is not a regular file, the result is meaningless. The returned size does not take into account the end-of-line translations that can be performed when reading from a channel opened in text mode.

val close_in : Pervasives.in_channel ‑> unit

Close the given channel. Input functions raise a Sys_error exception when they are applied to a closed input channel, except close_in, which does nothing when applied to an already closed channel.

val close_in_noerr : Pervasives.in_channel ‑> unit

Same as close_in, but ignore all errors.

val set_binary_mode_in : Pervasives.in_channel ‑> bool ‑> unit

set_binary_mode_in ic true sets the channel ic to binary mode: no translations take place during input. set_binary_mode_out ic false sets the channel ic to text mode: depending on the operating system, some translations may take place during input. For instance, under Windows, end-of-lines will be translated from \r\n to \n. This function has no effect under operating systems that do not distinguish between text mode and binary mode.

Operations on large files

Operations on large files. This sub-module provides 64-bit variants of the channel functions that manipulate file positions and file sizes. By representing positions and sizes by 64-bit integers (type int64) instead of regular integers (type int), these alternate functions allow operating on files whose sizes are greater than max_int.

References
type 'a ref = 'a Pervasives.ref = {
mutable contents : 'a;
}

The type of references (mutable indirection cells) containing a value of type 'a.

external ref : 'a ‑> 'a ref = "%makemutable"

Return a fresh reference containing the given value.

external (!) : 'a ref ‑> 'a = "%field0"

!r returns the current contents of reference r. Equivalent to fun r -> r.contents.

external (:=) : 'a ref ‑> 'a ‑> unit = "%setfield0"

r := a stores the value of a in reference r. Equivalent to fun r v -> r.contents <- v.

external incr : int ref ‑> unit = "%incr"

Increment the integer contained in the given reference. Equivalent to fun r -> r := succ !r.

external decr : int ref ‑> unit = "%decr"

Decrement the integer contained in the given reference. Equivalent to fun r -> r := pred !r.

Result type

type ('a, 'b) result = ('a'b) Pervasives.result =
| Ok of 'a
| Error of 'b
Operations on format strings

Format strings are character strings with special lexical conventions that defines the functionality of formatted input/output functions. Format strings are used to read data with formatted input functions from module Scanf and to print data with formatted output functions from modules Printf and Format.

Format strings are made of three kinds of entities:

  • conversions specifications, introduced by the special character '%' followed by one or more characters specifying what kind of argument to read or print,
  • formatting indications, introduced by the special character '@' followed by one or more characters specifying how to read or print the argument,
  • plain characters that are regular characters with usual lexical conventions. Plain characters specify string literals to be read in the input or printed in the output.

There is an additional lexical rule to escape the special characters '%' and '@' in format strings: if a special character follows a '%' character, it is treated as a plain character. In other words, "%%" is considered as a plain '%' and "%@" as a plain '@'.

For more information about conversion specifications and formatting indications available, read the documentation of modules Scanf, Printf and Format.

Format strings have a general and highly polymorphic type ('a, 'b, 'c, 'd, 'e, 'f) format6. The two simplified types, format and format4 below are included for backward compatibility with earlier releases of OCaml.

The meaning of format string type parameters is as follows:

  • 'a is the type of the parameters of the format for formatted output functions (printf-style functions); 'a is the type of the values read by the format for formatted input functions (scanf-style functions).
  • 'b is the type of input source for formatted input functions and the type of output target for formatted output functions. For printf-style functions from module Printf, 'b is typically out_channel; for printf-style functions from module Format, 'b is typically Format.formatter; for scanf-style functions from module Scanf, 'b is typically Scanf.Scanning.in_channel.

Type argument 'b is also the type of the first argument given to user's defined printing functions for %a and %t conversions, and user's defined reading functions for %r conversion.

  • 'c is the type of the result of the %a and %t printing functions, and also the type of the argument transmitted to the first argument of kprintf-style functions or to the kscanf-style functions.
  • 'd is the type of parameters for the scanf-style functions.
  • 'e is the type of the receiver function for the scanf-style functions.
  • 'f is the final result type of a formatted input/output function invocation: for the printf-style functions, it is typically unit; for the scanf-style functions, it is typically the result type of the receiver function.
type ('a, 'b, 'c, 'd, 'e, 'f) format6 = ('a'b'c'd'e'f) CamlinternalFormatBasics.format6
type ('a, 'b, 'c, 'd) format4 = ('a'b'c'c'c'dformat6
type ('a, 'b, 'c) format = ('a'b'c'cformat4
val string_of_format : ('a'b'c'd'e'fformat6 ‑> string

Converts a format string into a string.

external format_of_string : ('a'b'c'd'e'fformat6 ‑> ('a'b'c'd'e'fformat6 = "%identity"

format_of_string s returns a format string read from the string literal s. Note: format_of_string can not convert a string argument that is not a literal. If you need this functionality, use the more general Scanf.format_from_string function.

val (^^) : ('a'b'c'd'e'fformat6 ‑> ('f'b'c'e'g'hformat6 ‑> ('a'b'c'd'g'hformat6

f1 ^^ f2 catenates format strings f1 and f2. The result is a format string that behaves as the concatenation of format strings f1 and f2: in case of formatted output, it accepts arguments from f1, then arguments from f2; in case of formatted input, it returns results from f1, then results from f2.

Program termination
val exit : int ‑> 'a

Terminate the process, returning the given status code to the operating system: usually 0 to indicate no errors, and a small positive integer to indicate failure. All open output channels are flushed with flush_all. An implicit exit 0 is performed each time a program terminates normally. An implicit exit 2 is performed if the program terminates early because of an uncaught exception.

val at_exit : (unit ‑> unit) ‑> unit

Register the given function to be called at program termination time. The functions registered with at_exit will be called when the program executes Pervasives.exit, or terminates, either normally or because of an uncaught exception. The functions are called in 'last in, first out' order: the function most recently added with at_exit is called first.

val valid_float_lexem : string ‑> string
val unsafe_really_input : Pervasives.in_channel ‑> bytes ‑> int ‑> int ‑> unit
val do_at_exit : unit ‑> unit
include Core_kernel__.Deprecate_pipe_bang
val (|!) : 'a ‑> ('a ‑> 'b) ‑> 'b
include Either.Export
type ('f, 's) _either = ('f'sBase__Either.t =
| First of 'f
| Second of 's
include Interfaces.Robustly_comparable with type t := Core_kernel__.Import.float
type t
val (>=.) : t ‑> t ‑> bool
val (<=.) : t ‑> t ‑> bool
val (=.) : t ‑> t ‑> bool
val (>.) : t ‑> t ‑> bool
val (<.) : t ‑> t ‑> bool
val (<>.) : t ‑> t ‑> bool
val robustly_compare : t ‑> t ‑> int
include Core_kernel__.Import.From_sexplib
type bigstring = Sexplib.Conv.bigstring
include sig ... end
val bigstring_of_sexp : Sexplib.Sexp.t ‑> bigstring
val sexp_of_bigstring : bigstring ‑> Sexplib.Sexp.t
type mat = Sexplib.Conv.mat
include sig ... end
val mat_of_sexp : Sexplib.Sexp.t ‑> mat
val sexp_of_mat : mat ‑> Sexplib.Sexp.t
type vec = Sexplib.Conv.vec
include sig ... end
val vec_of_sexp : Sexplib.Sexp.t ‑> vec
val sexp_of_vec : vec ‑> Sexplib.Sexp.t
val sexp_of_opaque : _ ‑> Core_kernel__.Import.Sexp.t
val opaque_of_sexp : Core_kernel__.Import.Sexp.t ‑> _
val sexp_of_pair : ('a ‑> Core_kernel__.Import.Sexp.t) ‑> ('b ‑> Core_kernel__.Import.Sexp.t) ‑> ('a * 'b) ‑> Core_kernel__.Import.Sexp.t
val pair_of_sexp : (Core_kernel__.Import.Sexp.t ‑> 'a) ‑> (Core_kernel__.Import.Sexp.t ‑> 'b) ‑> Core_kernel__.Import.Sexp.t ‑> 'a * 'b
val of_sexp_error_exn : Core_kernel__.Import.exn ‑> Core_kernel__.Import.Sexp.t ‑> _
include Core_kernel__.Never_returns

never_returns should be used as the return type of functions that don't return and might block forever, rather than 'a or _. This forces callers of such functions to have a call to never_returns at the call site, which makes it clear to readers what's going on. We do not intend to use this type for functions such as failwithf that always raise an exception.

type never_returns = Nothing.t
val sexp_of_never_returns : never_returns ‑> Sexplib.Sexp.t
val never_returns : Nothing.t ‑> 'a
include Ordering.Export
type _ordering = Base.Ordering.t =
| Less
| Equal
| Greater
include Perms.Export
type read = Perms.Read.t

We don't expose bin_io for write due to a naming conflict with the functions exported by bin_io for read_write. If you want bin_io for write, use Write.t.

include sig ... end
val read_of_sexp : Sexplib.Sexp.t ‑> read
val sexp_of_read : read ‑> Sexplib.Sexp.t
val compare_read : read ‑> read ‑> Core_kernel__.Import.int
val bin_read_read : read Bin_prot.Read.reader
val __bin_read_read__ : (Core_kernel__.Import.int ‑> read) Bin_prot.Read.reader
val bin_reader_read : read Bin_prot.Type_class.reader
val bin_size_read : read Bin_prot.Size.sizer
val bin_write_read : read Bin_prot.Write.writer
val bin_writer_read : read Bin_prot.Type_class.writer
val bin_shape_read : Bin_prot.Shape.t
type write = Perms.Write.t
include sig ... end
val write_of_sexp : Sexplib.Sexp.t ‑> write
val sexp_of_write : write ‑> Sexplib.Sexp.t
val compare_write : write ‑> write ‑> Core_kernel__.Import.int
type immutable = Perms.Immutable.t
include sig ... end
val immutable_of_sexp : Sexplib.Sexp.t ‑> immutable
val sexp_of_immutable : immutable ‑> Sexplib.Sexp.t
val compare_immutable : immutable ‑> immutable ‑> Core_kernel__.Import.int
val bin_immutable : immutable Bin_prot.Type_class.t
val bin_read_immutable : immutable Bin_prot.Read.reader
val __bin_read_immutable__ : (Core_kernel__.Import.int ‑> immutable) Bin_prot.Read.reader
val bin_reader_immutable : immutable Bin_prot.Type_class.reader
val bin_size_immutable : immutable Bin_prot.Size.sizer
val bin_write_immutable : immutable Bin_prot.Write.writer
val bin_writer_immutable : immutable Bin_prot.Type_class.writer
val bin_shape_immutable : Bin_prot.Shape.t
type read_write = Perms.Read_write.t
include sig ... end
val read_write_of_sexp : Sexplib.Sexp.t ‑> read_write
val sexp_of_read_write : read_write ‑> Sexplib.Sexp.t
val hash_read_write : read_write ‑> Ppx_hash_lib.Std.Hash.hash_value
val compare_read_write : read_write ‑> read_write ‑> Core_kernel__.Import.int
val bin_read_write : read_write Bin_prot.Type_class.t
val bin_read_read_write : read_write Bin_prot.Read.reader
val __bin_read_read_write__ : (Core_kernel__.Import.int ‑> read_write) Bin_prot.Read.reader
val bin_reader_read_write : read_write Bin_prot.Type_class.reader
val bin_size_read_write : read_write Bin_prot.Size.sizer
val bin_write_read_write : read_write Bin_prot.Write.writer
val bin_writer_read_write : read_write Bin_prot.Type_class.writer
val bin_shape_read_write : Bin_prot.Shape.t
type 'a perms = 'a Perms.Upper_bound.t
include sig ... end
val perms_of_sexp : (Sexplib.Sexp.t ‑> 'a) ‑> Sexplib.Sexp.t ‑> 'a perms
val sexp_of_perms : ('a ‑> Sexplib.Sexp.t) ‑> 'a perms ‑> Sexplib.Sexp.t
val compare_perms : ('a ‑> 'a ‑> Core_kernel__.Import.int) ‑> 'a perms ‑> 'a perms ‑> Core_kernel__.Import.int
val bin_read_perms : 'a Bin_prot.Read.reader ‑> 'a perms Bin_prot.Read.reader
val __bin_read_perms__ : 'a Bin_prot.Read.reader ‑> (Core_kernel__.Import.int ‑> 'a perms) Bin_prot.Read.reader
val bin_size_perms : 'a Bin_prot.Size.sizer ‑> 'a perms Bin_prot.Size.sizer
val bin_write_perms : 'a Bin_prot.Write.writer ‑> 'a perms Bin_prot.Write.writer
val bin_shape_perms : Bin_prot.Shape.t ‑> Bin_prot.Shape.t
include Result.Export
type ('ok, 'err) _result = ('ok'errBase.Result.t =
| Ok of 'ok
| Error of 'err
val is_ok : (__Base.Result.t ‑> bool
val is_error : (__Base.Result.t ‑> bool
module Bool : sig ... end

This module extends the Base Bool module

module Comparator : sig ... end
module Exn = Base.Exn
module Linked_queue : sig ... end

This module extends the Base.Queue module with bin_io support. As a reminder, the Base.Queue module is a wrapper around OCaml's standard Queue module that follows Base idioms and adds some functions.

module Nativeint = Core_kernel__.Core_nativeint
module Ordering : sig ... end
module Ref : sig ... end
module Result : sig ... end
module Staged = Base.Staged
module Type_equal : sig ... end
type -'a return = private 'a Core_kernel__.Import.With_return.return = {
return : b. 'a ‑> 'b;
}

Raised if malloc in C bindings fail (errno * size).

exception Finally of Exn.t * Exn.t
val fst3 : ('a * 'b * 'c) ‑> 'a
val snd3 : ('a * 'b * 'c) ‑> 'b
val trd3 : ('a * 'b * 'c) ‑> 'c
val uw : 'a option ‑> 'a
val phys_same : 'a ‑> 'b ‑> bool

phys_same is like phys_equal, but with a more general type. phys_same is useful when dealing with existential types, when one has a packed value and an unpacked value that one wants to check are physically equal. One can't use phys_equal in such a situation because the types are different.

val (%) : Int.t ‑> Int.t ‑> Int.t
val (/%) : Int.t ‑> Int.t ‑> Int.t
val (//) : Int.t ‑> Int.t ‑> float
val (==>) : bool ‑> bool ‑> bool
val bprintf : Buffer.t ‑> ('a, Buffer.t, unit) Pervasives.format ‑> 'a
val const : 'a ‑> 'b ‑> 'a
val eprintf : ('a, Pervasives.out_channel, unit) Pervasives.format ‑> 'a
val error : ?strict:unit ‑> string ‑> 'a ‑> ('a ‑> Base.Sexp.t) ‑> 'b Or_error.t
val error_s : Base.Sexp.t ‑> 'a Or_error.t
val failwithf : ('a, unit, string, unit ‑> 'b) Pervasives.format4 ‑> 'a
val failwithp : ?strict:Core_kernel__.Import.unit ‑> Lexing.position ‑> Core_kernel__.Import.string ‑> 'a ‑> ('a ‑> Core_kernel__.Import.Sexp.t) ‑> 'b
val failwiths : ?strict:Core_kernel__.Import.unit ‑> ?here:Lexing.position ‑> Core_kernel__.Import.string ‑> 'a ‑> ('a ‑> Core_kernel__.Import.Sexp.t) ‑> 'b
val force : 'a Base.Lazy.t ‑> 'a
val fprintf : Pervasives.out_channel ‑> ('a, Pervasives.out_channel, unit) Pervasives.format ‑> 'a
val ident : 'a ‑> 'a
val invalid_argf : ('a, unit, string, unit ‑> 'b) Pervasives.format4 ‑> 'a
val is_none : 'a Option.t ‑> bool
val is_some : 'a Option.t ‑> bool
val ksprintf : (string ‑> 'a) ‑> ('b, unit, string, 'a) Pervasives.format4 ‑> 'b
val ok_exn : 'a Or_error.t ‑> 'a
val phys_equal : 'a ‑> 'a ‑> bool
val phys_same : 'a ‑> 'b ‑> bool
val printf : ('a, Pervasives.out_channel, unit) Pervasives.format ‑> 'a
val protect : f:(unit ‑> 'a) ‑> finally:(unit ‑> unit) ‑> 'a
val protectx : f:('a ‑> 'b) ‑> 'a ‑> finally:('a ‑> unit) ‑> 'b
val raise_s : Base.Sexp.t ‑> 'a
val round : ?dir:[ `Down | `Nearest | `Up | `Zero ] ‑> Float.t ‑> Float.t
val sprintf : ('a, unit, string) Pervasives.format ‑> 'a
val stage : 'a ‑> 'a Staged.t
val unstage : 'a Staged.t ‑> 'a
val with_return : ('a Core_kernel__.Import.With_return.return ‑> 'a) ‑> 'a
val with_return_option : ('a Core_kernel__.Import.With_return.return ‑> unit) ‑> 'a option
include Typerep_lib.Std_internal

type-safe runtime type introspection

runtime type representations

val typerep_of_int : int Typerep.t
val typerep_of_int32 : int32 Typerep.t
val typerep_of_int64 : int64 Typerep.t
val typerep_of_nativeint : nativeint Typerep.t
val typerep_of_char : char Typerep.t
val typerep_of_float : float Typerep.t
val typerep_of_string : string Typerep.t
val typerep_of_bool : bool Typerep.t
val typerep_of_unit : unit Typerep.t
type tuple0
val value_tuple0 : tuple0
val typerep_of_option : 'a Typerep.t ‑> 'a option Typerep.t
val typerep_of_list : 'a Typerep.t ‑> 'a list Typerep.t
val typerep_of_array : 'a Typerep.t ‑> 'a array Typerep.t
val typerep_of_lazy_t : 'a Typerep.t ‑> 'a lazy_t Typerep.t
val typerep_of_ref : 'a Typerep.t ‑> 'a Pervasives.ref Typerep.t
val typerep_of_function : 'a Typerep.t ‑> 'b Typerep.t ‑> ('a ‑> 'b) Typerep.t
val typerep_of_tuple0 : tuple0 Typerep.t
val typerep_of_tuple2 : 'a Typerep.t ‑> 'b Typerep.t ‑> ('a * 'b) Typerep.t
val typerep_of_tuple3 : 'a Typerep.t ‑> 'b Typerep.t ‑> 'c Typerep.t ‑> ('a * 'b * 'c) Typerep.t
val typerep_of_tuple4 : 'a Typerep.t ‑> 'b Typerep.t ‑> 'c Typerep.t ‑> 'd Typerep.t ‑> ('a * 'b * 'c * 'd) Typerep.t
val typerep_of_tuple5 : 'a Typerep.t ‑> 'b Typerep.t ‑> 'c Typerep.t ‑> 'd Typerep.t ‑> 'e Typerep.t ‑> ('a * 'b * 'c * 'd * 'e) Typerep.t
val typename_of_int : int Typerep_lib.Typename.t
val typename_of_int32 : int32 Typerep_lib.Typename.t
val typename_of_int64 : int64 Typerep_lib.Typename.t
val typename_of_nativeint : nativeint Typerep_lib.Typename.t
val typename_of_char : char Typerep_lib.Typename.t
val typename_of_float : float Typerep_lib.Typename.t
val typename_of_string : string Typerep_lib.Typename.t
val typename_of_bool : bool Typerep_lib.Typename.t
val typename_of_unit : unit Typerep_lib.Typename.t
val typename_of_option : 'a Typerep_lib.Typename.t ‑> 'a option Typerep_lib.Typename.t
val typename_of_list : 'a Typerep_lib.Typename.t ‑> 'a list Typerep_lib.Typename.t
val typename_of_array : 'a Typerep_lib.Typename.t ‑> 'a array Typerep_lib.Typename.t
val typename_of_lazy_t : 'a Typerep_lib.Typename.t ‑> 'a lazy_t Typerep_lib.Typename.t
val typename_of_ref : 'a Typerep_lib.Typename.t ‑> 'a Pervasives.ref Typerep_lib.Typename.t
val typename_of_function : 'a Typerep_lib.Typename.t ‑> 'b Typerep_lib.Typename.t ‑> ('a ‑> 'b) Typerep_lib.Typename.t
val typename_of_tuple0 : tuple0 Typerep_lib.Typename.t
val typename_of_tuple2 : 'a Typerep_lib.Typename.t ‑> 'b Typerep_lib.Typename.t ‑> ('a * 'b) Typerep_lib.Typename.t
val typename_of_tuple3 : 'a Typerep_lib.Typename.t ‑> 'b Typerep_lib.Typename.t ‑> 'c Typerep_lib.Typename.t ‑> ('a * 'b * 'c) Typerep_lib.Typename.t
val typename_of_tuple4 : 'a Typerep_lib.Typename.t ‑> 'b Typerep_lib.Typename.t ‑> 'c Typerep_lib.Typename.t ‑> 'd Typerep_lib.Typename.t ‑> ('a * 'b * 'c * 'd) Typerep_lib.Typename.t
val typename_of_tuple5 : 'a Typerep_lib.Typename.t ‑> 'b Typerep_lib.Typename.t ‑> 'c Typerep_lib.Typename.t ‑> 'd Typerep_lib.Typename.t ‑> 'e Typerep_lib.Typename.t ‑> ('a * 'b * 'c * 'd * 'e) Typerep_lib.Typename.t
include sig ... end with type array := a Core_kernel__.Import.array with type bool := Core_kernel__.Import.bool with type char := Core_kernel__.Import.char with type float := Core_kernel__.Import.float with type int := Core_kernel__.Import.int with type int32 := Core_kernel__.Import.int32 with type int64 := Core_kernel__.Import.int64 with type list := a Core_kernel__.Import.list with type nativeint := Core_kernel__.Import.nativeint with type option := a Core_kernel__.Import.option with type string := Core_kernel__.Import.string with type lazy_t := a lazy_t with type ref := a ref with type unit := Core_kernel__.Import.unit
type 'a array
include sig ... end
val array_of_sexp : (Sexplib.Sexp.t ‑> 'a) ‑> Sexplib.Sexp.t ‑> 'a array
val sexp_of_array : ('a ‑> Sexplib.Sexp.t) ‑> 'a array ‑> Sexplib.Sexp.t
val compare_array : ('a ‑> 'a ‑> Core_kernel__.Import.int) ‑> 'a array ‑> 'a array ‑> Core_kernel__.Import.int
val bin_read_array : 'a Bin_prot.Read.reader ‑> 'a array Bin_prot.Read.reader
val __bin_read_array__ : 'a Bin_prot.Read.reader ‑> (Core_kernel__.Import.int ‑> 'a array) Bin_prot.Read.reader
val bin_size_array : 'a Bin_prot.Size.sizer ‑> 'a array Bin_prot.Size.sizer
val bin_write_array : 'a Bin_prot.Write.writer ‑> 'a array Bin_prot.Write.writer
val bin_shape_array : Bin_prot.Shape.t ‑> Bin_prot.Shape.t
type bool
include sig ... end
val typerep_of_bool : bool Typerep_lib.Std.Typerep.t
val typename_of_bool : bool Typerep_lib.Std.Typename.t
val bool_of_sexp : Sexplib.Sexp.t ‑> bool
val sexp_of_bool : bool ‑> Sexplib.Sexp.t
val compare_bool : bool ‑> bool ‑> Core_kernel__.Import.int
val bin_read_bool : bool Bin_prot.Read.reader
val __bin_read_bool__ : (Core_kernel__.Import.int ‑> bool) Bin_prot.Read.reader
val bin_reader_bool : bool Bin_prot.Type_class.reader
val bin_size_bool : bool Bin_prot.Size.sizer
val bin_write_bool : bool Bin_prot.Write.writer
val bin_writer_bool : bool Bin_prot.Type_class.writer
val bin_shape_bool : Bin_prot.Shape.t
type char
include sig ... end
val typerep_of_char : char Typerep_lib.Std.Typerep.t
val typename_of_char : char Typerep_lib.Std.Typename.t
val char_of_sexp : Sexplib.Sexp.t ‑> char
val sexp_of_char : char ‑> Sexplib.Sexp.t
val compare_char : char ‑> char ‑> Core_kernel__.Import.int
val bin_read_char : char Bin_prot.Read.reader
val __bin_read_char__ : (Core_kernel__.Import.int ‑> char) Bin_prot.Read.reader
val bin_reader_char : char Bin_prot.Type_class.reader
val bin_size_char : char Bin_prot.Size.sizer
val bin_write_char : char Bin_prot.Write.writer
val bin_writer_char : char Bin_prot.Type_class.writer
val bin_shape_char : Bin_prot.Shape.t
type float
include sig ... end
val typerep_of_float : float Typerep_lib.Std.Typerep.t
val typename_of_float : float Typerep_lib.Std.Typename.t
val float_of_sexp : Sexplib.Sexp.t ‑> float
val sexp_of_float : float ‑> Sexplib.Sexp.t
val compare_float : float ‑> float ‑> Core_kernel__.Import.int
val bin_read_float : float Bin_prot.Read.reader
val __bin_read_float__ : (Core_kernel__.Import.int ‑> float) Bin_prot.Read.reader
val bin_reader_float : float Bin_prot.Type_class.reader
val bin_size_float : float Bin_prot.Size.sizer
val bin_write_float : float Bin_prot.Write.writer
val bin_writer_float : float Bin_prot.Type_class.writer
val bin_shape_float : Bin_prot.Shape.t
type int
include sig ... end
val typerep_of_int : int Typerep_lib.Std.Typerep.t
val typename_of_int : int Typerep_lib.Std.Typename.t
val int_of_sexp : Sexplib.Sexp.t ‑> int
val sexp_of_int : int ‑> Sexplib.Sexp.t
val compare_int : int ‑> int ‑> int
val bin_read_int : int Bin_prot.Read.reader
val __bin_read_int__ : (int ‑> int) Bin_prot.Read.reader
val bin_reader_int : int Bin_prot.Type_class.reader
val bin_size_int : int Bin_prot.Size.sizer
val bin_write_int : int Bin_prot.Write.writer
val bin_writer_int : int Bin_prot.Type_class.writer
val bin_shape_int : Bin_prot.Shape.t
type int32
include sig ... end
val typerep_of_int32 : int32 Typerep_lib.Std.Typerep.t
val typename_of_int32 : int32 Typerep_lib.Std.Typename.t
val int32_of_sexp : Sexplib.Sexp.t ‑> int32
val sexp_of_int32 : int32 ‑> Sexplib.Sexp.t
val compare_int32 : int32 ‑> int32 ‑> int
val bin_read_int32 : int32 Bin_prot.Read.reader
val __bin_read_int32__ : (int ‑> int32) Bin_prot.Read.reader
val bin_reader_int32 : int32 Bin_prot.Type_class.reader
val bin_size_int32 : int32 Bin_prot.Size.sizer
val bin_write_int32 : int32 Bin_prot.Write.writer
val bin_writer_int32 : int32 Bin_prot.Type_class.writer
val bin_shape_int32 : Bin_prot.Shape.t
type int64
include sig ... end
val typerep_of_int64 : int64 Typerep_lib.Std.Typerep.t
val typename_of_int64 : int64 Typerep_lib.Std.Typename.t
val int64_of_sexp : Sexplib.Sexp.t ‑> int64
val sexp_of_int64 : int64 ‑> Sexplib.Sexp.t
val compare_int64 : int64 ‑> int64 ‑> int
val bin_read_int64 : int64 Bin_prot.Read.reader
val __bin_read_int64__ : (int ‑> int64) Bin_prot.Read.reader
val bin_reader_int64 : int64 Bin_prot.Type_class.reader
val bin_size_int64 : int64 Bin_prot.Size.sizer
val bin_write_int64 : int64 Bin_prot.Write.writer
val bin_writer_int64 : int64 Bin_prot.Type_class.writer
val bin_shape_int64 : Bin_prot.Shape.t
type 'a lazy_t
include sig ... end
val lazy_t_of_sexp : (Sexplib.Sexp.t ‑> 'a) ‑> Sexplib.Sexp.t ‑> 'a lazy_t
val sexp_of_lazy_t : ('a ‑> Sexplib.Sexp.t) ‑> 'a lazy_t ‑> Sexplib.Sexp.t
val compare_lazy_t : ('a ‑> 'a ‑> int) ‑> 'a lazy_t ‑> 'a lazy_t ‑> int
val bin_read_lazy_t : 'a Bin_prot.Read.reader ‑> 'a lazy_t Bin_prot.Read.reader
val __bin_read_lazy_t__ : 'a Bin_prot.Read.reader ‑> (int ‑> 'a lazy_t) Bin_prot.Read.reader
val bin_size_lazy_t : 'a Bin_prot.Size.sizer ‑> 'a lazy_t Bin_prot.Size.sizer
val bin_write_lazy_t : 'a Bin_prot.Write.writer ‑> 'a lazy_t Bin_prot.Write.writer
val bin_shape_lazy_t : Bin_prot.Shape.t ‑> Bin_prot.Shape.t
type 'a list
include sig ... end
val list_of_sexp : (Sexplib.Sexp.t ‑> 'a) ‑> Sexplib.Sexp.t ‑> 'a list
val sexp_of_list : ('a ‑> Sexplib.Sexp.t) ‑> 'a list ‑> Sexplib.Sexp.t
val compare_list : ('a ‑> 'a ‑> int) ‑> 'a list ‑> 'a list ‑> int
val bin_read_list : 'a Bin_prot.Read.reader ‑> 'a list Bin_prot.Read.reader
val __bin_read_list__ : 'a Bin_prot.Read.reader ‑> (int ‑> 'a list) Bin_prot.Read.reader
val bin_size_list : 'a Bin_prot.Size.sizer ‑> 'a list Bin_prot.Size.sizer
val bin_write_list : 'a Bin_prot.Write.writer ‑> 'a list Bin_prot.Write.writer
val bin_shape_list : Bin_prot.Shape.t ‑> Bin_prot.Shape.t
type nativeint
include sig ... end
val typerep_of_nativeint : nativeint Typerep_lib.Std.Typerep.t
val typename_of_nativeint : nativeint Typerep_lib.Std.Typename.t
val nativeint_of_sexp : Sexplib.Sexp.t ‑> nativeint
val sexp_of_nativeint : nativeint ‑> Sexplib.Sexp.t
val compare_nativeint : nativeint ‑> nativeint ‑> int
val bin_nativeint : nativeint Bin_prot.Type_class.t
val bin_read_nativeint : nativeint Bin_prot.Read.reader
val __bin_read_nativeint__ : (int ‑> nativeint) Bin_prot.Read.reader
val bin_reader_nativeint : nativeint Bin_prot.Type_class.reader
val bin_size_nativeint : nativeint Bin_prot.Size.sizer
val bin_write_nativeint : nativeint Bin_prot.Write.writer
val bin_writer_nativeint : nativeint Bin_prot.Type_class.writer
val bin_shape_nativeint : Bin_prot.Shape.t
type 'a option
include sig ... end
val option_of_sexp : (Sexplib.Sexp.t ‑> 'a) ‑> Sexplib.Sexp.t ‑> 'a option
val sexp_of_option : ('a ‑> Sexplib.Sexp.t) ‑> 'a option ‑> Sexplib.Sexp.t
val compare_option : ('a ‑> 'a ‑> int) ‑> 'a option ‑> 'a option ‑> int
val bin_read_option : 'a Bin_prot.Read.reader ‑> 'a option Bin_prot.Read.reader
val __bin_read_option__ : 'a Bin_prot.Read.reader ‑> (int ‑> 'a option) Bin_prot.Read.reader
val bin_size_option : 'a Bin_prot.Size.sizer ‑> 'a option Bin_prot.Size.sizer
val bin_write_option : 'a Bin_prot.Write.writer ‑> 'a option Bin_prot.Write.writer
val bin_shape_option : Bin_prot.Shape.t ‑> Bin_prot.Shape.t
type string
include sig ... end
val typerep_of_string : string Typerep_lib.Std.Typerep.t
val typename_of_string : string Typerep_lib.Std.Typename.t
val string_of_sexp : Sexplib.Sexp.t ‑> string
val sexp_of_string : string ‑> Sexplib.Sexp.t
val compare_string : string ‑> string ‑> int
val bin_string : string Bin_prot.Type_class.t
val bin_read_string : string Bin_prot.Read.reader
val __bin_read_string__ : (int ‑> string) Bin_prot.Read.reader
val bin_reader_string : string Bin_prot.Type_class.reader
val bin_size_string : string Bin_prot.Size.sizer
val bin_write_string : string Bin_prot.Write.writer
val bin_writer_string : string Bin_prot.Type_class.writer
val bin_shape_string : Bin_prot.Shape.t
type 'a ref
include sig ... end
val ref_of_sexp : (Sexplib.Sexp.t ‑> 'a) ‑> Sexplib.Sexp.t ‑> 'a ref
val sexp_of_ref : ('a ‑> Sexplib.Sexp.t) ‑> 'a ref ‑> Sexplib.Sexp.t
val compare_ref : ('a ‑> 'a ‑> int) ‑> 'a ref ‑> 'a ref ‑> int
val bin_read_ref : 'a Bin_prot.Read.reader ‑> 'a ref Bin_prot.Read.reader
val __bin_read_ref__ : 'a Bin_prot.Read.reader ‑> (int ‑> 'a ref) Bin_prot.Read.reader
val bin_size_ref : 'a Bin_prot.Size.sizer ‑> 'a ref Bin_prot.Size.sizer
val bin_write_ref : 'a Bin_prot.Write.writer ‑> 'a ref Bin_prot.Write.writer
val bin_shape_ref : Bin_prot.Shape.t ‑> Bin_prot.Shape.t
type unit
include sig ... end
val typerep_of_unit : unit Typerep_lib.Std.Typerep.t
val typename_of_unit : unit Typerep_lib.Std.Typename.t
val unit_of_sexp : Sexplib.Sexp.t ‑> unit
val sexp_of_unit : unit ‑> Sexplib.Sexp.t
val compare_unit : unit ‑> unit ‑> int
val bin_read_unit : unit Bin_prot.Read.reader
val __bin_read_unit__ : (int ‑> unit) Bin_prot.Read.reader
val bin_reader_unit : unit Bin_prot.Type_class.reader
val bin_size_unit : unit Bin_prot.Size.sizer
val bin_write_unit : unit Bin_prot.Write.writer
val bin_writer_unit : unit Bin_prot.Type_class.writer
val bin_shape_unit : Bin_prot.Shape.t
type float_array = float array
include sig ... end
val typerep_of_float_array : float_array Typerep_lib.Std.Typerep.t
val typename_of_float_array : float_array Typerep_lib.Std.Typename.t
val float_array_of_sexp : Sexplib.Sexp.t ‑> float_array
val sexp_of_float_array : float_array ‑> Sexplib.Sexp.t
val compare_float_array : float_array ‑> float_array ‑> int
val bin_float_array : float_array Bin_prot.Type_class.t
val bin_read_float_array : float_array Bin_prot.Read.reader
val __bin_read_float_array__ : (int ‑> float_array) Bin_prot.Read.reader
val bin_reader_float_array : float_array Bin_prot.Type_class.reader
val bin_size_float_array : float_array Bin_prot.Size.sizer
val bin_write_float_array : float_array Bin_prot.Write.writer
val bin_writer_float_array : float_array Bin_prot.Type_class.writer
val bin_shape_float_array : Bin_prot.Shape.t
val sexp_of_exn : Exn.t ‑> Base__.Sexplib.Sexp.t
type 'a sexp_array = 'a Core_kernel__.Import.array
val typename_of_sexp_array : 'a Typerep_lib.Typename.t ‑> 'a sexp_array Typerep_lib.Typename.t
val typerep_of_sexp_array : a. 'a Typerep_lib.Std.Typerep.t ‑> 'a sexp_array Typerep_lib.Std.Typerep.t
val compare_sexp_array : a. ('a ‑> 'a ‑> Core_kernel__.Import.int) ‑> 'a sexp_array ‑> 'a sexp_array ‑> Core_kernel__.Import.int
val bin_shape_sexp_array : Bin_prot.Shape.t ‑> Bin_prot.Shape.t
val bin_size_sexp_array : 'a Bin_prot.Size.sizer ‑> 'a Core_kernel__.Import.array ‑> int
type sexp_bool = Core_kernel__.Import.bool
val typename_of_sexp_bool : sexp_bool Typerep_lib.Typename.t
val typerep_of_sexp_bool : sexp_bool Typerep_lib.Std.Typerep.t
val compare_sexp_bool : sexp_bool ‑> sexp_bool ‑> Core_kernel__.Import.int
val bin_shape_sexp_bool : Bin_prot.Shape.t
type 'a sexp_list = 'a Core_kernel__.Import.list
val typename_of_sexp_list : 'a Typerep_lib.Typename.t ‑> 'a sexp_list Typerep_lib.Typename.t
val typerep_of_sexp_list : a. 'a Typerep_lib.Std.Typerep.t ‑> 'a sexp_list Typerep_lib.Std.Typerep.t
val compare_sexp_list : a. ('a ‑> 'a ‑> Core_kernel__.Import.int) ‑> 'a sexp_list ‑> 'a sexp_list ‑> Core_kernel__.Import.int
val bin_shape_sexp_list : Bin_prot.Shape.t ‑> Bin_prot.Shape.t
val bin_size_sexp_list : 'a Bin_prot.Size.sizer ‑> 'a Core_kernel__.Import.list ‑> int
type 'a sexp_option = 'a Core_kernel__.Import.option
val typename_of_sexp_option : 'a Typerep_lib.Typename.t ‑> 'a sexp_option Typerep_lib.Typename.t
val typerep_of_sexp_option : a. 'a Typerep_lib.Std.Typerep.t ‑> 'a sexp_option Typerep_lib.Std.Typerep.t
val compare_sexp_option : a. ('a ‑> 'a ‑> Core_kernel__.Import.int) ‑> 'a sexp_option ‑> 'a sexp_option ‑> Core_kernel__.Import.int
val bin_shape_sexp_option : Bin_prot.Shape.t ‑> Bin_prot.Shape.t
val bin_size_sexp_option : 'a Bin_prot.Size.sizer ‑> 'a Core_kernel__.Import.option ‑> int
type 'a sexp_opaque = 'a
val typename_of_sexp_opaque : 'a Typerep_lib.Typename.t ‑> 'a sexp_opaque Typerep_lib.Typename.t
val typerep_of_sexp_opaque : a. 'a Typerep_lib.Std.Typerep.t ‑> 'a sexp_opaque Typerep_lib.Std.Typerep.t
val compare_sexp_opaque : a. ('a ‑> 'a ‑> Core_kernel__.Import.int) ‑> 'a sexp_opaque ‑> 'a sexp_opaque ‑> Core_kernel__.Import.int
val bin_shape_sexp_opaque : Bin_prot.Shape.t ‑> Bin_prot.Shape.t
val bin_size_sexp_opaque : 'a ‑> 'a
val bin_write_sexp_opaque : 'a ‑> 'a
val bin_writer_sexp_opaque : 'a Bin_prot.Type_class.writer ‑> 'a Bin_prot.Type_class.writer
val __bin_read_sexp_opaque__ : 'a ‑> 'b ‑> pos_ref:Bin_prot.Common.pos ref ‑> 'c ‑> 'd
val bin_read_sexp_opaque : 'a ‑> 'a
val bin_reader_sexp_opaque : 'a Bin_prot.Type_class.reader ‑> 'a Bin_prot.Type_class.reader
val bin_sexp_opaque : 'a Bin_prot.Type_class.t ‑> 'a Bin_prot.Type_class.t
module Bag : sig ... end

Imperative set-like data structure.

module Bigsubstring : sig ... end

Substring type based on Bigarray, for use in I/O and C-bindings

module Bin_prot = Core_kernel__.Core_bin_prot
module Binable : sig ... end

Module types and utilities for dealing with types that support the bin-io binary encoding.

module Binary_packing : sig ... end

Packs and unpacks various types of integers into and from strings.

module Binary_searchable : sig ... end
module Blang : sig ... end

A simple boolean domain-specific language

module Blit : sig ... end

This module extends the Base Blit module

module Bounded_index : sig ... end
module Bounded_int_table : sig ... end

A Bounded_int_table is a table whose keys can be mapped to integers in a fixed range, 0 ... num_keys-1, where num_keys is specified at table-creation time. The purpose of Bounded_int_table is to be faster than Hashtbl in situations where one is willing to pay a space cost for the speed.

module Bucket : sig ... end
module Bus : sig ... end

A Bus is a publisher/subscriber system within the memory space of the program. A bus has a mutable set of subscribers, which can be modified using subscribe_exn and unsubscribe.

module Byte_units : sig ... end

Conversions between units of measure based on bytes.

module Commutative_group = Core_kernel__.Import.Commutative_group
module Comparable : sig ... end
module Container : sig ... end
module Day_of_week : sig ... end
module Debug : sig ... end

Utilities for printing debug messages.

module Deque : sig ... end

A double ended queue that can shrink and expand on both ends.

module Deriving_hash : sig ... end
module Doubly_linked : sig ... end

doubly-linked lists

module Either : sig ... end

This module extends the Base Either module

module Ephemeron = Core_kernel__.Core_ephemeron
module Error : sig ... end

This module extends the Base Error module with bin_io

module Expect_test_config = Expect_test_config
module Fdeque : sig ... end

A simple polymorphic functional double-ended queue. Use this if you need a queue-like data structure that provides enqueue and dequeue accessors on both ends. For strictly first-in, first-out access, see Fqueue.

module Fheap : sig ... end

Functional Heap implementation based on pairing-heap algorithm and immutable data structures. See more info at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pairing_heap.

module Flags : sig ... end

See flags_intf.ml for documentation.

module Float : sig ... end

An alias to the Float.t type that causes the sexp and bin-io serializers to fail when provided with nan or infinity.

module Fn : sig ... end
module Force_once : sig ... end
module Fqueue : sig ... end

A simple polymorphic functional queue. Use this data structure for strictly first-in, first-out access to a sequence of values. For a similar data structure with enqueue and dequeue accessors on both ends of a sequence, see Fdeque.

module Hash_heap : sig ... end

A hash-heap is a combination of a heap and a hashtbl that supports constant time lookup, and log(n) time removal and replacement of elements in addition to the normal heap operations.

module Hash_queue : sig ... end
module Hash_set : sig ... end

A mutable set of elements

module Hashable : sig ... end
module Hashtbl_intf = Core_hashtbl_intf
module Heap : sig ... end

Heap implementation based on a pairing-heap.

module Hexdump : sig ... end
module Host_and_port : sig ... end
module Identifiable : sig ... end

a signature for identifier types.

module Immediate_option : sig ... end
module Info : sig ... end
module Int_intf : sig ... end

This module extends the Base Int_intf module

module Int_set : sig ... end

An implementation of compressed integer sets using lists of integer ranges. Operations such as adding and membership are O(n) where n is the number of contigous ranges in the set. For data that is mostly serial, n should remain very small.

module Interfaces : sig ... end
module Limiter : sig ... end

Implements a token bucket based throttling rate limiter. This module is useful for limiting network clients to a sensible query rate, or in any case where you have jobs that consume a scarce, but replenishable resource.

module Linked_stack : sig ... end

A stack implemented with a list. See Stack_intf for documentation.

module Maybe_bound : sig ... end

This module extends the Base Maybe_bound module with compare functions in the form of As_lower_bound and As_upper_bound modules.

module Memo : sig ... end

Memoization code -- not re-entrant!

module Month : sig ... end
module Moption : sig ... end

A Moption is a mutable option, like 'a option ref, but with a more efficient implementation; in particular, set_some does not allocate.

module No_polymorphic_compare : sig ... end

Open this in modules where you don't want to accidentally use polymorphic comparison. Then, use Pervasives.(<), for example, where needed.

module Nothing : sig ... end

An uninhabited type.

module Only_in_test : sig ... end

This module can be used to safely expose functions and values in signatures that should only be used in unit tests.

module Option : sig ... end

This module extends the Base Option module with bin_io and quickcheck

module Option_array : sig ... end

'a Option_array.t is a compact representation of 'a option array: it avoids allocating heap objects representing Some x, usually representing them with x instead. It uses a special representation for None that's guaranteed to never collide with any representation of Some x.

module Ordered_collection_common = Core_kernel__.Import.Ordered_collection_common
module Or_error : sig ... end

This module extends the Base Or_error module

module Percent : sig ... end

An abstract type of scale factors

module Pid : sig ... end

Process ID.

module Polymorphic_compare = Core_kernel__.Import.Polymorphic_compare
module Pool : sig ... end
module Pooled_hashtbl : sig ... end

A polymorphic hashtbl that uses Pool to avoid allocation.

module Pretty_printer = Core_kernel__.Import.Pretty_printer
module Printexc = Core_kernel__.Core_printexc
module Quickcheck : sig ... end
module Quickcheckable : sig ... end
module Robustly_comparable : sig ... end
module Rope : sig ... end

A rope is a standard data structure that represents a single string as a tree of strings, allowing concatenation to do no work up front -- a string formed by many Rope concatenations followed by a to_string needs only copy each input to the output once, whereas a string expression looking like a ^ b ^ c ^ ... ^ z must create an intermediate string for every concatenation, and will copy the original data into and out of short-lived temporary strings many times.

module Sequence : sig ... end

This module extends the Base Option module with bin_io

module Set_once : sig ... end

This module implements an option ref that starts out as None, and may be set only once. If one tries to set it twice a run time error is generated.

module Sexpable : sig ... end
module Sign : sig ... end

This module extends the Base Sign module with bin_io

module Source_code_position : sig ... end
module Splittable_random : sig ... end

A splittable pseudo-random number generator (SPRNG) functions like a PRNG in that it can be used as a stream of random values; it can also be "split" to produce a second, independent stream of random values. This module implements a splittable pseudo-random number generator that sacrifices cryptographic-quality randomness in favor of performance.

module Stable_unit_test : sig ... end

The tests generated by these functors are run like any other unit tests: by the inline test runner when the functor is applied.

module String_id : sig ... end
module Substring : sig ... end
module Substring_intf : sig ... end

A substring is a contiguous set of characters within a string. Creating a substring does not copy. Therefore modifying the string also modifies the substring.

module Thread_safe_queue : sig ... end

A thread-safe non-blocking queue of unbounded size.

module Timing_wheel_ns : sig ... end
module Total_map : sig ... end

A ('key, 'value, cmp) Map.t where every value of type 'key is present.

module Tuple : sig ... end

Functors and signatures for dealing with modules for tuples.

module Tuple2 = Tuple.T2
module Tuple3 = Tuple.T3
module Type_immediacy : sig ... end

Witnesses that express whether a type's values are always, sometimes, or never immediate.

module Uniform_array : sig ... end

Same semantics as 'a Array.t, except it's guaranteed that the representation array is not tagged with Double_array_tag, the tag for float arrays. This means it's safer to use in the presence of Obj.magic, but it's slower than normal Array if you use it with floats.

module Union_find : sig ... end

Imperative data structure for representing disjoint sets.

module Unique_id : sig ... end

Functors for creating modules that mint unique identifiers.

module Unit : sig ... end

Module for the type unit. This is mostly useful for building functor arguments.

module Unit_of_time : sig ... end

Represents a unit of time, e.g. used by Time.Span.to_string_hum. Comparison respects Nanosecond < Microsecond < Millisecond < Second < Minute < Hour < Day.

module Univ : sig ... end

An extensible "universal" variant type.

module Univ_map : sig ... end

Universal/heterogeneous maps.

module Unpack_buffer : sig ... end

A buffer for incremental decoding of an input stream.

module Validated : sig ... end

See Validated_intf for documentation.

module Weak_pointer : sig ... end

A weak pointer is a pointer to a heap block that does not cause the heap block to remain live during garbage collection. If the block would otherwise remain live, then then the weak pointer remains pointed to the block. If the block is collected, then the weak pointer is cleared.

module type Unique_id = Unique_id.Id
include Core_kernel__.T
include Base.T
module type T : sig ... end
module type T1 : sig ... end
module type T2 : sig ... end
module type T3 : sig ... end
module type T_bin : sig ... end
type 'a _maybe_bound = 'a Maybe_bound.t =
| Incl of 'a
| Excl of 'a
| Unbounded
val does_raise : (unit ‑> 'a) ‑> bool
type bytes = [
| `This_type_does_not_equal_string_because_we_want_type_errors_to_say_string
]
val am_running_inline_test : bool
include Core_kernel__.Std_common
module Bigbuffer : sig ... end

Extensible string buffers based on Bigstrings.

module Bigstring : sig ... end

String type based on Bigarray, for use in I/O and C-bindings

module Bigstring_marshal : sig ... end

Utility functions for marshalling to and from bigstring.

module Caml = Caml
module Date : sig ... end
module Time_ns : sig ... end
module Version_util : sig ... end

This module gives access to the same version/build information returned by Command-based executables when called with the -version or -build-info flags by $0 version (-build-info | -version) or $0 (-build-info | -version). Here's how it works: we arrange for the build system to, at link time, include an object file that defines symbols that version_util.ml uses to get the strings that contain the information that this module provides. When building with OMake, our OMakeroot runs build_info.sh to generate *.build_info.c with the symbols and that is linked in.

module Container_intf : sig ... end

This module extends the Base Container_intf module

module Core_hashtbl_intf : sig ... end
module Core_kernel_stable = Core_kernel__.Stable
module Core_map_intf : sig ... end

This module defines interfaces used in Core.Map. See the documentation in core_map.mli for a description of the approach.

module Core_set_intf : sig ... end

This module defines interfaces used in Core.Set. This module uses the same organizational approach as Core_map_intf. See the documentation in core_map.mli for a description of the approach.

module Int_replace_polymorphic_compare : sig ... end
module Obj_array : sig ... end

An array of Obj.ts.

module Perms : sig ... end

These types are intended to be used as phantom types encoding the permissions on a given type.

module Polymorphic_compare_intf : sig ... end
module Stack_intf : sig ... end

An interface for stacks that follows Core's conventions, as opposed to OCaml's standard Stack module.

module Timing_wheel_ns_intf : sig ... end

A specialized priority queue for a set of time-based alarms.

module Core_kernel_private = Std.Core_kernel_private

To be used in implementing Core, but not by end users