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Why Lambda In The First Place?

I’m beginning (after an involuntary detour some years ago) with the most excellent Haskell Programming From First Principles. I know this is going to be good because they’ve already explained why lambda at all.

17. February 2018 by sojourner hardeman
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What Is A Monad For Dummies

Without further ado… In functional programming, a monad is a combination of “a data type” and “the operations that can be done to that type”. So, an example of “a data type” might be “pill candy”, of which M&M’s and … Continue reading

17. February 2018 by sojourner hardeman
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