[Haskell-cafe] about Haskell code written to be "too smart"
manlio_perillo at libero.it
Tue Mar 24 18:03:45 EDT 2009
Conal Elliott ha scritto:
> 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.
Yes, this is a good start.
Advices to people learning Haskell about how to learn reading code.
And advices to experienced Haskell programmers about how to document
their code so that it may help less experienced programmers.
IMHO, this should also go in the future Haskell coding style.
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