[Haskell-cafe] Haskell Cheat Sheet

João Cristóvão jmacristovao at gmail.com
Thu Mar 6 09:27:25 UTC 2014

Hi Rudy,

Your email gave the motivation to also release my own cheat sheet that I
had been compiling for some time now...
It is a bit more focused, namely it aims to ilustrate (some of) the
differences among typeclasses, namely monoid, semigroup, alt, aplicative,
monad, etc.

But I agree, there's clear room for improvement over that 14 long pages
version - that I hardly call a cheat sheet.




2014-03-04 11:12 GMT+00:00 Rudy Matela <rudy at matela.com.br>:

> Hello, All,
> Some time ago, I was looking for a Haskell Cheat Sheet, to help me
> remember Haskell's syntax and common functions.  I've found one, but
> it was quite long (14 pages), not what I was looking for.
> So, I've started building a Haskell Cheat Sheet with the most common
> language features condensed in two pages.  It still needs a lot of
> improvement (and some content).  I'm using LaTeX and I've built a
> "cls" (so it can be used to create Sheets for other languages as
> well), it is kind of a hack for now.
> If someone wants to use it as a reference, the first version can be
> found on [1] and the TeX source can be found on GitHub [2].
> I would appreciate help on it: feel free to fork and make pull
> requests with new additions (or mail me asking for push permissions).
> Regards,
> Rudy
> [1]: https://matela.com.br/pub/cheat-sheets/haskell-ucs-0.1.pdf
> [2]: https://github.com/rudymatela/ultimate-cheat-sheets
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