[Haskell-cafe] [ANN] Haskell Cheatsheet v1.0
aneumann at inf.fu-berlin.de
Sat Oct 11 01:59:30 EDT 2008
Thank you for your work! I just glanced over it but I'll suggest it
to be linked to from the homepage of my university's functional
However, thirteen pages can hardly be called "cheatsheet". It's more
like a quick reference.
You could add [100,99..] "infinite liste of numbers from 100
downwards" to you "numbers" section, as it is an example where the
range does go backward.
Am 11.10.2008 um 01:08 schrieb Justin Bailey:
> I've created a "cheat sheet" for Haskell. It's a PDF that tries to
> summarize Haskell 98's syntax, keywords and other language elements.
> It's currently available on hackage. Once downloaded, unpack the
> archive and you'll see the PDF. A literate source file is also
> If you install with "cabal install cheatsheet", run "cheatsheet"
> afterwards and the program will tell you where the PDF is located.
> The audience for this document is beginning to intermediate Haskell
> programmers. I found it difficult to look up some of the less-used
> syntax and other language stumbling blocks as I learned Haskell over
> the last few years, so I hope this document can help others in the
> This is a beta release (which is why I've limited the audience by
> using hackage) to get feedback before distributing the PDF to a wider
> audience. With that in mind, I welcome your comments or patches.
>  http://hackage.haskell.org/cgi-bin/hackage-scripts/package/
>  git://github.com/m4dc4p/cheatsheet.git
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