[Haskell-cafe] about Haskell code written to be "too smart"
conal at conal.net
Tue Mar 24 17:50:37 EDT 2009
I'd love to help newbies get the hang of Haskell without having to jump in
the deep (and smart-infested) end first. And I'd love for people to keep
writing smart code for non-newbies to enjoy.
Perhaps a practical suggestion would be some wiki pages devoted to pointing
out code with various learning qualities, to help haskellers of all levels
of experience learn effectively.
On Tue, Mar 24, 2009 at 2:43 PM, Manlio Perillo <manlio_perillo at libero.it>wrote:
> Jonathan Cast ha scritto:
>> I think, in general, the best way to document the purpose of the
>> function is
>> -- | Split a function into a sequence of partitions of specified
>> takeList :: [Int] -> [a] -> [[a]]
> Note that I was not speaking about the best way to document a function.
> I was speaking about the best way to write a function, so that it may help
> someone who is learning Haskell.
> > [...]
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