Interpret haskell within haskell.

Christopher Milton
Thu, 19 Dec 2002 21:59:53 -0800 (PST)

--- David Sankel <> wrote:
> I was wondering if there is any project that aims to
> interpret haskell within haskell.
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GHC, the Glasgow Haskell Compiler 
      The Glasgow Haskell compiler is a full implementation of Haskell.
It is itself written in Haskell and is designed to act as a substrate
for the research work of others. The source code is freely available.
It produces fast code.
The GHC interpreter is ghci. (It's not as slow anymore.)

The other Haskell interpreters also load and interpret users'
Haskell source code, as well.

If you have defined functions in "myprog.hs":
:load myprog.hs
then the functions defined in the file are available,
or else you'll get error message(s) about problems
found parsing "myprog.hs".

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