[Haskell-beginners] Simple function comparison

MJ Williams matthewjwilliams101 at gmail.com
Thu Nov 26 12:22:19 UTC 2015

That's great, thanks.

At 11:53 26/11/2015, you wrote:

>On Thu, Nov 26, 2015 at 6:20 PM, MJ Williams 
><<mailto:matthewjwilliams101 at gmail.com>matthewjwilliams101 at gmail.com> wrote:
>therefore f ( g a ) = g ( f a ) . (transitivity)
>If you're interested in getting a firm grasp of airtight proofs -- 
>with a view toward Haskell (and Agda and Idris) mastery -- you might 
>want to pick and choose your way through the web-based proof exercises here:
>This is a course firmly in the American analytic philosophy 
>tradition, so Logic here is Symbolic Logic. Bonus: the course keeps 
>AI and Machine Learning applications in the backdrop.
>It's unfortunate that it's some kind of well-kept secret.
>Those who don't need it -- because they've obtained the knowledge 
>elsewhere -- won't know about it. And those who do want that 
>knowledge also won't know about it.
>Did I mention the exercises are web-based? Yes, you get 
>instantaneous feedback on whether you've got a correct proof or not.
>-- Kim-Ee
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