Learning Haskell and FP
Thu, 28 Dec 2000 09:36:37 -0800
Who are the audience for the books on Advanced Functional Programming?
Academics with a theoretical CS background or someone with just a bit of
understanding of FP? Ideally, I would like a course suited for someone who
has completed a basic FP course.
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> From: Johan Jeuring [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Thursday, December 28, 2000 6:06 AM
> To: Doug Ransom
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> Subject: Re: Learning Haskell and FP
> >Is there a good textbook on Functional Programming which
> starts from a base
> >point similar to "The craft of Functional Programming" but
> more advanced in
> >terms of introducing necessary topics like Category theory,
> >monads, etc? I would find such a book very useful, especially if it
> >concentrated on lazy functional programming.
> You might want to have a look at the series of three books on Advanced
> Programming, published in LNCS, as LNCS 925, 1129, and 1608. I would
> probably start with 925, which introduces monads, parser &
> combinators, monadic catamorphisms, constructor classes, etc.
> -- Johan Jeuring