tutorial and other random bits
Sun, 29 Apr 2001 22:53:09 +0900 (KST)
I have an OLD web page entitled "Haskell Programming in the Imaginary World".
The web page contains only several small Haskell programs and it just
reflects my unorganized thoughts and programs. Some of them may not follow
the Haskell 98 definition. So, it may not be the one that you are looking for.
But I had the same opinion as yours when I made the web page.
> I have found some sample code by searching google, but I'd really like
> to find a library of small pieces of demo code showing the
> various idioms and useful basics. Does such a thing exist?
On Sun, 29 Apr 2001, Shae Erisson wrote:
> Hi, I've started learning Haskell, but I'm coming from a Python/Java/SQL/etc background.
> I've learned a bit of elisp and scheme in my travels, but Haskell is very very different even from those two.
> The gentle introduction seems more like a brickbat to me, the best things I've found so far are homework assignments from various CS classes around the world.
> I've looked for a good irc channel dedicated to haskell, and not found one. I've also searched for a tutorial that works along the same lines as the Python tutorial, and not found one.
> I have lots of complete beginner questions...
> Also, it seems the Haskell Wiki has lost many pages again. Would it be possible to use MoinMoin instead of pyWiki?
> I looked at the "applications written in Haskell" links, but many of the links are dead.
> I have found some sample code by searching google, but I'd really like to find a library
> of small pieces of demo code showing the various idioms and useful basics. Does such a thing exist?
> Shae Matijs Erisson - http://www.webwitches.com/~shae/
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