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Apama CEP Code Snippet

Chris Martins
Mon, 11 Feb 2008 16:09:35 -0500
We've posted examples of coding in alternative CEP languages in the past to illustrate how concise or verbose those approaches might be in expressing an event processing function. An example of Apama's language has made an appearance in a blog posting by Lab49. In the example, the code defines very crisply an operation in which the system responds to incoming price events, ensuring that you skip intermediate events and always process the latest event.

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ocsigen is a programming framework providing a new way to create dynamic web sites. Its goal is to offer an alternative to Apache/PHP, based on cutting-edge technologies coming from research in programming languages. With ocsigen, you program in a concise and modular way, with a strong type system which helps you to produce valid xhtml. The server handles sessions, URLs, and page parameters automatically. OPTIONS
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