Re: [foray] RE: Extended Reading List
- 2013-05-14 @ 11:27
I casted a glance at Osaki's book while learning some (basic) Haskell some
time ago before deciding to wrap my head around a Lisp before moving
forward. When I started to dive into Clojure, I came across these two
attempts at translating Osaki's examples to Clojure.
There are just a Google search away but as this thread came up I thought
it might be worth mentioning them:
2. https://github.com/leonardoborges/purely-functional-data-structures (+
The first one uses multimethods to implement datatypes. The second relies
Still a little too advanced for me at the moment. I postponed going into
that later. Maybe when bringing Clojure and Haskell side to side to get a
better understanding of both of them and develop new skills.
For what it may be worth, greetings from Berlin, i-blis
On Tuesday, 14 May 2013 at 1:36, Sean Williamson wrote:
> I second that; I have gone through maybe a third of it and its hugely
> mind expanding. I was hoping that we could cover some of it once we
> closed out the last section of "Joy of Clojure"
> On 5/13/13 4:27 PM, Brandon Mitchell wrote:
> > On Mon, May 13, 2013 at 4:17 PM, Sean Williamson
> > <email@example.com
> > > I just came across this while reading about "Purely Functional Data
> > > Structures"; I thought that some of you fast readers may want some more
> > > fuel! http://www.amazon.com/lm/R3LG3ZBZS4GCTH/ref=cm_pdp_lm_title_1
> > The Okasaki book is a must-read, but it's easier of you have either
> > some SML or Haskell experience. The copy itself is written in SML, but
> > there's an appendix in Haskell on recent printings.