[Haskell-cafe] RE: Answers to Exercises in Craft of FP

Christian Hofer Christian.Hofer at gmx.de
Thu Jan 27 16:33:21 EST 2005

This should have been sent to haskell-cafe...
> Am 27.01.2005 um 21:28 schrieb Paul Hudak:
>> Chris, I'm not sure that I understand your argument.  How about this 
>> scenario, which is what I do:  Students are assigned problems, 
>> without solutions.  They are given some time to work them out and 
>> turn them in.  Then they are given the solutions, most of which I go 
>> over in class.
> That is perfectly alright with me. The problem that we are discussing 
> is that it would be helpful to have the solutions to the exercises for 
> a book that I buy for studying on my own. And this is where I learn 
> most from. But most of those books (including the Haskell School of 
> Expression) do not include solutions. In contrast, Pierce's Types and 
> Programming Languages helps the reader by giving at least solutions to 
> the most important exercises. And it is just nice to check, if you 
> have understood the problem correctly and whether there is a more 
> elegant solution.
> Regards,
> Chris

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