[Haskell-cafe] Re: Haskell Zippers on Wikibooks: teasing! :)
apfelmus at quantentunnel.de
Thu Jul 16 07:11:17 EDT 2009
Peter Verswyvelen wrote:
> After my colleague explained me about zippers and how one could derive the
> datatype using differential rules, I had to read about it.
> So I started reading
> This page contains the sentence: *"For a systematic construction, we need
> to calculate with types. The basics of structural calculations with types
> are outlined in a separate chapter **Generic
> * and we will heavily rely on this material"*
> However, the generic programming link does not exist yet :-)
A clear case of laziness on the author's part... wait, that would be me.
:-O In any case, contributions to the wikibook would be most welcome. ;-)
For now, I'd recommend
Generic Programming: An introduction
It's a bit verbose at times, but you only need the first few chapters to
get an idea about polynomial functors (sums and pairs) and mu .
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