[Haskell-cafe] Interpreter with Cont

Tim Baumgartner baumgartner.tim at googlemail.com
Mon Nov 21 20:16:29 CET 2011

Hi Heinrich,

I read your article about the operational monad and found it really very
enlightening. So I'm curious to work through the material you linked below.


2011/11/21 Heinrich Apfelmus <apfelmus at quantentunnel.de>

> Tim Baumgartner wrote:
>> Thanks a lot! Althaugh I have some understanding of the Haskell basics and
>> the most important monads, I feel that I have to see more well designed
>> code in order to become a good Haskeller. Can somebody make suggestions
>> what materials are best to work through in order to achieve this? Are
>> there
>> easy research papers about Haskell programming? Or should I try the
>> Monad.Reader? I'm looking for topics that either can be used directly in
>> many situations or that show some functional principles that boost my
>> creativity and functional thinking.
> You may want to start with the Functional Pearls
>  http://www.haskell.org/**haskellwiki/Research_papers/**Functional_pearls<http://www.haskell.org/haskellwiki/Research_papers/Functional_pearls>
> In particular, I recommend
>  * Richard Bird. A program to solve Sudoku.
>  * Graham Hutton. The countdown problem.
>  * Martin Erwig and Steve Kollmansberger.
>    Probabilistic functional programming in Haskell.
>  * Conor McBride and Ross Paterson.
>    Applicative Programming with Effects.
> Best regards,
> Heinrich Apfelmus
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