[Haskell] Haskell as a disruptive technology?

Immanuel Litzroth immanuell at enfocus.be
Mon Mar 27 07:33:27 EST 2006

"Donald Bruce Stewart" <dons at cse.unsw.edu.au> writes:

> In general I would say GHC/Haskell was very very fast, as long as you
> know what you're doing.

I have created programs that fill an array with the first 1000000
prime numbers using erathostenes sieve.  
I have done this in lisp, c++, ocaml and haskell. Lisp and c++ win
hands down, being approximately 5x faster than ocaml, haskell. 
I can, I can't.
Tubbs Tattsyrup

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