[Haskell-beginners] IO loops with tail call

Yasuyuki Ogawa yuka_pon20 at yahoo.co.jp
Sat Nov 6 23:16:19 EDT 2010

Hi Brent,

(2010/11/07 4:26), Brent Yorgey wrote:
> However, the real answer is: don't worry about it!  Because of
> Haskell's lazy evaluation, the notion of "tail call" is not very
> important. And even if it were, you still shouldn't worry about it:
> just write your Haskell programs in the most natural, beautiful style
> you can think of.  Maybe at some point down the road you will have
> to start worrying about optimization.  But you should put it off as
> long as possible.

Thank you for your helpful advice. In fact, I was wondering
how coding styles affect optimization! I'll forget it a while.
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