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===From the 3rd Scottish Functional Programming Workshop, 2001, University of Stirling:===
 
===From the 3rd Scottish Functional Programming Workshop, 2001, University of Stirling:===
   
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&nbsp;&nbsp; That the pure will endure
 
&nbsp;&nbsp; That the pure will endure
 
As it makes derivation so easy.
 
As it makes derivation so easy.
Joy Goodman
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Joy Goodman
   
 
Glasgow Distributed Haskell
 
Glasgow Distributed Haskell
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&nbsp;&nbsp; It feels like GBH
 
&nbsp;&nbsp; It feels like GBH
 
But it's still a lot better than Pascal!
 
But it's still a lot better than Pascal!
The back row of the bus
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The back row of the bus

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[edit] From the 3rd Scottish Functional Programming Workshop, 2001, University of Stirling:

 Our language is state-free and lazy
 The rest of the world says we're crazy
     But yet we feel sure
     That the pure will endure
 As it makes derivation so easy.
— Joy Goodman
 Glasgow Distributed Haskell
 Was designed by a bit of a rascal 
     When using GdH
     It feels like GBH
 But it's still a lot better than Pascal!
— The back row of the bus