[Haskell-beginners] Haskell described as a "rigid" language
edgar.klerks at gmail.com
Tue May 18 05:56:57 EDT 2010
Probably dumb question, but was it the difference between rigid and
inflexible in this context (I am not native english speaker)?
Google define gives me this:
- incapable of compromise or flexibility
- inflexible: incapable of adapting or changing to meet circumstances; "a
rigid disciplinarian"; "an inflexible law"; "an unbending will to dominate"
On Tue, May 18, 2010 at 11:51 AM, Colin Paul Adams <colin at colina.demon.co.uk
> >>>>> "Aditya" == aditya siram <aditya.siram at gmail.com> writes:
> Aditya> Haskell is considered by many as an inflexible language 
> Aditya> 
> Maybe, but that reference describes it as rigid, not inflexible.
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