[Haskell wikibook] WikiBook Haskell

Eric Kow eric.kow at gmail.com
Wed Jan 29 11:16:04 UTC 2014

Hi Laura,

I think this is a good place for comments on the wikibook.
It's sometimes helpful to check the discussion page on the web too.
The advantage of the mailing list is the natural archiving.

Note that you might have more luck just going in and making changes
yourself if you feel up to it.
Also, I doubt anybody would be offended if you annotated the pages
directly with comments about what is confusing or not.

I'm not aware of what's been going on with the wikibook lately, by the way,
who's editing it for example.

Was just pleasantly surprised to see some (non-spam) activity on this list.



On 29 January 2014 10:58,  <laura_huber at ist-willig.de> wrote:
> Hi,
> does it make sense to post here my comments reg. the WikiBook? I am currently learning Haskell and find it quite nice and in a good way structured, but nevertheless some things are still with questionmarks, eg. how to read the signature properly?
> The samples I find great and I have some ideas as well for additional resp. variation, e.g. Why is cons of a function cons8 n= n:8 not possible, but n:[8] or with the tuple (head n, tail n) works, but if I want to have only (firstelement, lastelement) (Int, Int) How to...
> The PDF has also some minor issue, e.g. page 38 empty.
> But all gets me back to the initial question: Is this the proper place for adding remarks?
> laura
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Eric Kow <http://erickow.com>

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