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Haskell

Ed Davis

Haskell

by Ed Davis

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Published by Seven Buffaloes Press in Big Timber, Mont. (P.O. Box 249, Big Timber 59011) .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementEd Davis.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMLCS 88/06957 (P)
The Physical Object
Pagination27 p. :
Number of Pages27
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2162818M
LC Control Number88899670

What frustrated me before was reasoning about Haskell programming using poor analogies to languages that were too dissimilar. Now I go between reading a few chapters, working on my projects in Haskell, and coming back to the book with new questions. It is quite helpful. However it is quite long and the treatments of its various subjects are. It's a great book, has lots of examples, but I don't think its good for people trying to deeply understand haskell. level 1 1 point 1 year ago edited 1 year ago.

Working through the problems in the book is a great way of learning how to manage abstractions and building reusable components in Haskell. This is vital for people used to object-orientated (oo) programming, as the normal oo abstraction methods (oo classes) don't appear in Haskell (Haskell has type classes, but they are very different to oo. Explore intuitive data analysis techniques and powerful machine learning methods using over practical recipes. Study step-by-step recipes filled with concise code samples and engaging examples that demonstrate Haskell in practice, and then the concepts behind the code.

The book will cover a mix of useful, advanced, or just interesting topics – from working with JSON and writing documentation to monad morphisms and libraries like vinyl and reflection. Why? There is a long path from Learn You a Haskell (or Haskell Programming from First Principles) to becoming a professional Haskeller. Haskell Book 这本书怎么样? 我觉得这是比"Learn You a Haskell for Great Good!"做得更好的一个地方,而且练习中反复强化了QuickCheck的使用。Reviews: 1.


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