[Haskell-cafe] Re: How does one get off haskell?
Edward Z. Yang
ezyang at MIT.EDU
Fri Jun 18 12:59:53 EDT 2010
Excerpts from braver's message of Fri Jun 18 12:55:24 -0400 2010:
> So when your problem is open-ended and the shape of data is in flux, a
> dynamic language is faster to prototype.
I think I can second this comment. However, I would still prefer Haskel
for a system intended for production; with the pain of making sure you've
handled all of the possible constructors for the data you're operating
on, you also have a pretty good assurance that you haven't forgotten
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