[Haskell-cafe] Looking for literature
jfredett at gmail.com
Sun Mar 8 19:16:06 EDT 2009
TaPL, iirc, is more about compilers and typesystems, and not
specifically about haskell. RWH will give you a cover of the basic stuff
and common data types. The Typeclassopedia will cover all the major
typeclasses (google search ought to reveal it's super-secret location).
Otherwise, the wikibook, the wiki, and the haskell docs are a good place
to look to get a handle on the myriad library datatypes provided.
Gü?nther Schmidt wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm trying to catch up with all the wonderful Haskell Types, classes,
> Abstract Data Types, Algebraic Data Types, Types that give peoples
> headaches and all the other, deeper stuff I have been happily putting
> Now to look smart I have a bookshelf full of books for smart people
> and TaPL is amoung them.
> Should I try that or will RWH teach me enough to get by?
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