[Haskell-cafe] Re: implementation of functional languages
mattr at ics.mq.edu.au
Wed Jan 12 17:42:32 EST 2005
> I am currently working my way through the tutorial book that has been
> online for some time. It is perhaps the most valuable book I have and
> I am really looking forward to reading this one.
> I would like to suggest we need more things like this - the Haskell
> cookbook is a great initiative, but I would love books on any number
> of other things. I find the conference papers are pitched just a
> little too high to be educational and are often very specific.
> One example of what I mean - I had looked at Haskell parser libraries
> and I know there were problems a, b and c and X was a solution to a,
> etc... However, I did not "really" understand how they worked - until
> I did the parser for the Core Language. Now it is all so clear!
> I am rambling a bit, but I am jut really pleased this has been made
> On 11/01/2005, at 11:32 PM, Graham Klyne wrote:
>> I think this is most welcome... I have the original printed version
>> and have found it to be of great inspiration at various times.
>> At 18:04 07/01/05 +0000, you wrote:
>>> I'm happy to announce that my out-of-print 1987 book,
>>> The Implementation of Functional Programming Languages
>>> is now available online at
>>> Very many thanks to Marnie Montgomery, who did all the work.
>>> Happy reading
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