Learning Haskell and FP

Frank Atanassow franka@cs.uu.nl
Thu, 28 Dec 2000 16:48:57 +0100

i r thomas wrote (on 28-12-00 12:50 +1000):
> Unforunately, the " Gentle Introduction To Haskell" that haskell.org links to is not a very useful introduction.
> I am getting  more out of  Rex Paige's Two Dozen Short Lessons in Haskell. ( I am studying Haskell and C# on my own in my spare time as break from my medical practice ). 

What did you find unuseful about GITH? How could it be improved? What were
your expectations for it? What was more useful about Rex Paige's notes?

>> "Furuike ya!  Kawazu tobikomu mizu no oto."  --Matsuo Basho
> Translation please !

Is it OK if I show off and steal some thunder? :)

  "(It's) An old pond! The sound of water steadily dripping in..."

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