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Functional programming is a paradigm which attempts to solve computational problems by the chained evaluation of functions whose output is determined by their inputs rather than the programme state. In this style of programming, side effects and mutable data are deprecated and usually strictly isolated.

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Functional relational programming seems to be, just as the name suggests, a blend of both functional programming and the relational model. I think this sentence pretty much sums it up (p. 42): In …
answered Oct 19 '12 by axblount
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You can roughly emulate map/filter by using foldRight (or foldLeft) with cons as the given reduction function. For example foldRight(f, L, initial) where L = [x,y,z] might be expanded to f(x, f(y, f( …
answered Nov 2 '12 by axblount