[Haskell-cafe] Re: First steps in Haskell

Bulat Ziganshin bulatz at HotPOP.com
Tue Dec 20 08:19:03 EST 2005

Hello Alistair,

Tuesday, December 20, 2005, 1:13:50 PM, you wrote:

BA> And there's this interesting site, which demos a interpreter running in
BA> your browser

it's a neat idea! I/O-stripped version of hugs can be runned in such

btw, i send to newcomers the following recommendations:

i can recommend you two books for beginners:

"Gentle inroduction to Haskell" http://www.haskell.org/tutorial/haskell-98-tutorial-html.tar.gz
"Yet Another Haskell Tutorial" by Hal Daume III http://www.isi.edu/~hdaume/htut/tutorial.pdf

and book + PowerPoint tutorial by Graham Hutton:


btw, in the "another haskell tutorial" we can read:

There have been many books and tutorials written about Haskell; for a (nearly) complete
list, visit the http://haskell.org/bookshelf (Haskell Bookshelf) at the
Haskell homepage. A brief survey of the tutorials available yields:
- A Gentle Introduction to Haskell is an introduction to Haskell,
given that the reader is familiar with functional programming en large.
- Haskell Companion is a short reference of common concepts and definitions.
- Online Haskell Course is a short course (in German) for beginning
with Haskell.
- Two Dozen Short Lessons in Haskell is the draft of an excellent textbook that
emphasizes user involvement.
- Haskell Tutorial is based on a course given at the 3rd International Summer
School on Advanced Functional Programming.
- Haskell for Miranda Programmers assumes knowledge of the language Miranda.
- PLEAC-Haskell is a tutorial in the style of the Perl Cookbook.

to this list, link to page "A Tour of the Haskell Prelude" can also be

Best regards,
 Bulat                            mailto:bulatz at HotPOP.com

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