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A functional programming language

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Haskell core language is really simple. Coming from an OO background, the main difficulty is to adapt to the pure functional paradigm. While learning "basic" Haskell, I have always considered … that a lot of source files require between 3 & 4 extensions. Some look quite simple (StringOverload). Other are really intimidating (GADT, Type Famillies, Template Haskell). Their documentation links …
asked May 10 '13 by Simon Bergot
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Simon Peyton Jones himself recognizes that reasoning about performance in Haskell is hard due to the non strict semantics. I have yet to write a significant project in haskell so I wonder: can I …
asked Jun 14 '13 by Simon Bergot
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I am learning functionnal programming with Haskell, and I try to grab concepts by first understanding why do I need them. I would like to know the goal of arrows in functional programming languages … . What problem do they solve? I checked http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Haskell/Understanding_arrows and http://www.cse.chalmers.se/~rjmh/afp-arrows.pdf. All I understand is that they are used to describe …
asked Oct 17 '11 by Simon Bergot
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I want to implement an in-memory datastore for a web service in Haskell. I want to run transactions in the STM monad. When I google hash table steam Haskell I only get this: Data. BTree. HashTable …
asked Jul 16 '13 by Simon Bergot