simonpj at microsoft.com
Thu Mar 16 18:01:42 EST 2006
| > Incidentally, I looked on the Haskell home page for links to
| > idioms and advice, but came up empty. The obvious place to look was
| > under "Using Haskell", but I didn't find anything. Was I being
| > Haskell.org is the obvious place to look for advice about
| > Haskell.
| There should be a link to "Idioms" above the grey boxes?
Oh yes so there is! But what is the rationale for what goes in those
two header lines, and what goes in the grey box lists? Why would
"idioms" be in the first place but not the second, and FAQ in the second
but not the first? Perhaps we could have just the grey boxes?
(Incidentally "idioms" is too short to tell me "follow me". Something
like "Programming techniques" would be more suggestive.)
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