[Haskell-cafe] Books on Haskell
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Mon Jan 17 04:00:17 EST 2005
I've completed reading of "Yet another Haskell tutorial" and now want to learn
Haskell more thoroughly.
I'm searching for a book, in which the features of Haskell are explained in
the form of examples and exercises (like in the book "Clause and Effect" on
My purpose in exploring Haskell is to determine whether I can program much
more productively by using Haskell instead of Java/C#. In order to do that, I
have to learn Haskell quite thoroughly.
What book can you recommend?
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