[Haskell] integration of functional and imperative
Keith.Wansbrough at cl.cam.ac.uk
Thu Mar 3 11:24:22 EST 2005
> for my diploma thesis, I need to find information about integration of
> functional and imperative programming concepts. Could somebody of you point
> me to good websites, papers, etc. about this topic?
"Tackling the Awkward Squad"
"State in Haskell"
both probably on Simon Peyton Jones's webpage, are good places to
start; track back their references. You'll probably end up with Moggi,
and Wadler's popular introductions to Moggi.
That's all the monad approach; for other approaches you could look at
ML and all the fun they had with polymorphism and references, or you
could look at Lisp/Scheme and see what they do ("Structure and
Interpretation of Computer Programs" is a classic textbook here,
introducing functional, imperative, and object paradigms, all in the
same language (Scheme)).
Keith Wansbrough <kw217 at cl.cam.ac.uk>
University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory.
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