I've read a lot of books and articles about functional programming and still ashamed of not being able to understand for sure some very basic concepts. One of the main ideas of functional programming ...
One of the tenets of Functional Programming is the use of Pure Functions. A Pure function is one that is side-effect free and referentially transparent. Getters are not referentially transparent - ...
I'm a programmer who's still in his teens. I've been doing some programming for a couple of years now, I started on Ruby, and later switched to Python due to the massive amount of learning resources ...
Given that Ruby has good list operation capabilities in-built - reduce, map, select, collect etc. It has Procs, Blocks and Lambdas, and has nice iteration support (the each family), would it be a bad ...
As the Haskell Wiki itself states: There is a large number of GUI libraries for Haskell. Unfortunately there is no standard one and all are more or less incomplete. In general, low-level veneers ...
There are several web frameworks for Haskell like Happstack, Snap, and Yesod, and probably a few more. In what aspects do they differ from each other? For example: features (e.g. server only, or ...