[Haskell-cafe] FW: Haskell

Loup Vaillant loup.vaillant at gmail.com
Tue Apr 1 10:55:53 EDT 2008

2008/4/1, Andrew Bagdanov <bagdanov at gmail.com>:
>  In short, I think the orginal question must be asked in context.  For
>  some problems, types are just a natural way to start thinking about
>  them.  For others dynamic typing, with _judicious_ use of macros to
>  model key aspects, is the most natural approach.

Do you have any example? I mean, you had to choose between Scheme and
Ocaml, sometimes, right? Ocaml is not Haskell, but maybe the reasons
which influenced your choices would have been similar if you knew
Haskell instead of Ocaml.


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