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<DIV><FONT size=4 face="LM Mono 12"><FONT size=4 face="LM Mono 12">To elaborate
there is another language that is also a functional language. I won't mention
the name so as not to offend anyone. It too is effect free, that is what makes
it functional and it is a functional language in the true sense of the term, but
it is not effect free in the sense that Haskell is effect free. This other
language is effect free in every practical sense whereas Haskell is effect free
in a strict sense.</FONT></FONT></DIV></BODY></HTML>