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answered Historical origins of Scala implicits
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comment What's the difference between recursion and corecursion?
@user1131997 Thanks. I'm planning on translating some of the code into Java, stay tuned
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answered Why should I prefer composition over inheritance?
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answered How to spread awareness for generic programming among team members?
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revised What is better for prototyping: a statically-typed language, or a dynamically-typed one?
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comment Is return-type-(only)-polymorphism in Haskell a good thing?
@Jörg W Mittag It's not totally irrelevant. I've edited to adress your comment.
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comment Is return-type-(only)-polymorphism in Haskell a good thing?
@ysdx Thats true. And in languages that support implicit parameters you get something very close to haskell's type classes (like in Scala). I was aware of that. My point though was that this makes life pretty difficult: I find myself having to use containers that store the "typeclass" all over the place (yuck!). Still, I probably should have been less hyperbolic in my answer.
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