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If your main interest is in broadening your programming mind and skill set, more academic languages like Haskell, ML or Clean are probably for you. Haskell is actually used in industry, but not on a very broad range (e.g. Facebook has a group doing Haskell, Standard Chartered maintains an own Haskell dialect, etc.). If you are more interested in practical ...


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I could also suggest you to look at Scala, which, on its front page, literally says: "Scala combines object-oriented and functional programming in one concise, high-level language." Arguably, if you come from an OO background, like most of us, I'd dare say, then using Scala makes sense, if anything for the sake of experimentation. Also, the main reason is ...


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