[Haskell-cafe] Design Patterns by Gamma or equivalent

Bayley, Alistair Alistair.Bayley at invesco.com
Tue Mar 17 12:07:41 EDT 2009

> > Because Haskell is not OO, it is functional, I was 
> wondering if there is
> > some kind of analogous "design pattern"/"template" type concept that
> > describe commonly used functions that can be "factored out" 
> in a general
> > sense to provide the same kind of usefulness that Design 
> Patterns do for
> > OOP. Basically I'm asking if there are any kinds of "common 
> denominator"
> >  function compositions that are used again and again to 
> solve problems. If
> > so, what are they called?

Not about Haskell, but Peter Norvig has a presentation about patterns in more-or-less functional languages:

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