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Is there a better way to write these two nested loops in Erlang? [migrated]

Since one month, I'm learning Erlang and I like it so much. Today, I wrote an algorithm to solve a problem. Some time ago, I used two nested for loops in C# to solve it but, solving the same problem ...
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Performance of concurrent software on multicore processors [closed]

Recently I have often read that, since the trend is to build processors with multiple cores, it will be increasingly important to have programming languages that support concurrent and parallel ...
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Where are functional languages used? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Functional Programming in Commercial Software Which problems domains are more suited to functional programming solutions I just wonder where do functional programming ...
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Don't structure data all the way down

In the blog post Don't structure data all the way down, the author discusses different ways to structure a circle datatype and how to implement the parameters to a Radius function. area({circle, ...
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Introducing functional programming into your development environment [closed]

This is a long story but I will try to summarize it as best I can. We are a .NET shop that writes software for a variety of different types of funds. For example, we write health claims management ...
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Haskell vs Erlang for web services

I am looking to start an experimental project using a functional language and am trying to decide beween Erlang and Haskell, and both have some points that I really like. I like Haskell's strong ...