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FFP

Formal FP. A language similar to FP, but with regular sugarless syntax, for machine execution.

See also FL.

["Can Programming be Liberated From the von Neumann Style? A Functional Style and Its Algebra of Programs", John Backus, 1977 Turing Award Lecture, CACM 21(8):165-180 (Aug 1978)].

FFP

(Federal Financial Participation) See healthcare IT.
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