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comment How does persistence fit into a purely functional language?
@RJB Unfortunately, you would have to bribe the C# development team to allow higher kinds in the language, because without them this architecture falls a bit flat.
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reviewed Reject Simple explanation of Continuous Integration
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reviewed Approve Why would a program require a specific minimum number of CPU cores?
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reviewed Approve What are 4th & 5th programming language generations? Are there more of them?
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reviewed Approve What is an alternative to bitwise flags?
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reviewed No Action Needed Started wrong with a project. Should I start over?
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comment Haskell syntax for type definitions: why the equality sign?
GADTs aren't that recent an extension; I would honestly be pretty surprised if any bugs existed in them at this point. :)
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reviewed Reject Java and rest OOP languages - when to use super or this keywords
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revised How do you handle specific networking exceptions in Haskell?
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answered How do you handle specific networking exceptions in Haskell?
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comment How do you handle specific networking exceptions in Haskell?
It's from C. :D
Jul
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comment How do you handle specific networking exceptions in Haskell?
I don't remember hearing anything like that. :/
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comment How do you handle specific networking exceptions in Haskell?
Okay; I'll try to formulate an answer, if I can find the necessary data myself. :)
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comment How do you handle specific networking exceptions in Haskell?
Where is the try function from? I'm not familiar with it.
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