This page contains links to some examples of the use of MLj. Most of
these include applets written in MLj or which mix MLj and Java code,
so you'll need a browser which supports Java to appreciate them. The
way the examples are presented here at the moment, that means Netscape 3
or higher, or Internet Explorer 4. (Internet Explorer 3 could run these
examples if the class files were unarchived, but downloads would be
horribly slow in that case.)
Before running these demos in a browser please make sure that
your CLASSPATH environment variable does not contain
classes that might conflict.
The classic Eight Queens problem solved using SML and displayed using Java.
An applet that lays out trees automatically.
A tactical theorem prover from Paulson's book
for the Working Programmer. NOTE: this is a fairly large applet (about 100K) and crashes at least one old browser (Navigator 3.0 on Digital Alpha OSF/1).