"Haskell is a scripting language inspired by Python."
malcolm.wallace at me.com
Thu Nov 4 07:04:10 EDT 2010
> Did Haskell get significant whitespace from Python - doubtful as
> Python possibly wasn't visible enough at the time, but you never know.
Whitespace is significant in almost every language: foo bar /= foobar.
Using indentation for program structuring was introduced by Peter
Landin in his ISWIM language (1966), which is where Haskell picked it
up from (via Miranda).
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