[Haskell-cafe] Re: Prototype of a syntax reference

Peter Hercek phercek at gmail.com
Mon Aug 25 08:28:17 EDT 2008

Maurí­cio wrote:
> • It should show the complete syntax of
>   everything, not the most common. For instance,
>   ‘case of’ should show the use of guards;
> • It should be an example of valid code, not good
>   one. The idea is to show what can be done, not
>   what should :)

This can help you when you will generate all
  the options. It can also help you when analyzing
  whether your options are right, or (for example)
  when looking where are all the places some
  language construct can be used in.
Enable java script for the page and try to click
  on all the places where you see "hand" cursor:


The page above is the one I used when learning
I'm curious whether you can fit it on one A4 page.
  Probably depends on font size :)


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