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- introduces analogy and then says not to hold to the analogy too closely.. is this analogy that useful? perhaps it should be discarded.
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* introduces analogy and then says not to hold to the analogy too closely.. is this analogy that useful? perhaps it should be discarded.
- makes use of fix to write recursive functions easily, but that might be a stumbling block for less experienced programmers
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* makes use of fix to write recursive functions easily, but that might be a stumbling block for less experienced programmers
- monad,functor,category discussion is very terse..
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* monad,functor,category discussion is very terse..

Revision as of 22:29, 13 August 2011

  • introduces analogy and then says not to hold to the analogy too closely.. is this analogy that useful? perhaps it should be discarded.
  • makes use of fix to write recursive functions easily, but that might be a stumbling block for less experienced programmers
  • monad,functor,category discussion is very terse..