[Haskell-cafe] Monad/Functor Book

jim burton jim at sdf-eu.org
Fri Mar 30 09:13:47 EDT 2007

Dave-86 wrote:
> Given the amount of material posted at haskell.org and elsewhere
> explaining IO, monads and functors, has anyone considered publishing
> a comprehensive book explaining those subjects?  (I am trying to
> read all the material online, but books are easier to read and don't
> require sitting in front of a computer to do so. Plus I can write in
> books :-). )
> Thanks, Dave Feustel
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Print out the wikibook [1]? IMO it has good coverage of Monads, more
detailed than any of the textbooks I've read, and leads into CT and advanced
topics that aren't really covered in any of the books (partly because a  lot
of it isn't Haskell 98 of course).

[1] http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Haskell 
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