[Haskell-cafe] Great Programs to Read?
jfoutz at gmail.com
Tue Dec 1 10:56:43 EST 2009
I'd suggest the Prelude and Data.List
The code is very clear and thoroughly documented.
Knowing what is there will pay off again and again.
On Nov 30, 2009, at 5:22 AM, Michael Lesniak wrote:
> In terms of
> "to become a great programmer, you need to read great programs"
> what are "great" programs written in Haskell (for your personal
> definition of great), which source code is freely available on hackage
> or somewhere else on the net?
> I'm personally also interested in your definitions of great; for me, a
> great programs is defined by one of
> * good and well-written documentation
> (literate Haskell helps a lot)
> * novel ideas to use functional programming
> * elegance
> * showing how functional programming can ease tasks that
> are difficult to achieve in an imperative style
> Maybe we should create a Page on haskell.org (which I would do if I
> had write-access) mirroring the pages [2,3]?
> Kind regards,
>  http://c2.com/cgi/wiki/Wiki?ReadGreatPrograms
>  http://c2.com/cgi/wiki/Wiki?GreatProgramsToRead
>  http://c2.com/cgi/wiki/Wiki?ProgramsToRead
> Dipl.-Inf. Michael C. Lesniak
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