[Haskell-cafe] Re: Non-technical Haskell question
benjamin.franksen at bessy.de
Wed Dec 1 19:31:17 EST 2004
On Wednesday 01 December 2004 21:18, John Goerzen wrote:
> I also have a very small start on a "haskell for hackers" ("hackers" in
> the non-evil sense) sort of document. One this doesn't ignore I/O as
> "hard" or "unimportant". I/O in Haskell doesn't suck.
I come from a similar area (large control systems) and I agree fullheartedly.
> It's just that a
> lot of people in the community don't have it as a high priority, I
OTOH, I have the feeling that they are no longer the overwhelming majority.
> I'm also a firm believer that code is one of the best forms of tutorial.
Yes, absolutely. I always learn the fastest when I try to change existing
code, for whatever reason (if not just to learn).
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