mattr at ics.mq.edu.au
Tue Jan 18 19:17:38 EST 2005
Haskell seems to be a language that allows for lots of different
programming styles. The most obvious being pointed v.s. point free.
As a programmer born and raised on OO - I have found the pointed style
to suit me better.
However, there are other distinctions. I heavily use "let in" and
"where" to break up each function into smaller parts while I see other
programmers putting everything in one line.
I have seen the evolution of a Haskell programmer joke and most of it
goes over my head.
My question is
"Is there standard terminology for the different programming styles in
Haskell (besides pointed and point-free)?"
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