[Haskell-cafe] Why Not Haskell?
bulat.ziganshin at gmail.com
Sat Aug 5 12:12:22 EDT 2006
Saturday, August 5, 2006, 6:59:33 PM, you wrote:
yes, thank you
>>> 2) Input and output are not good enough, in particular for graphical
>>> user interfacing and/or data base interaction. But it seems there are
>>> several user interfaces and SQL and other data base interfaces for
>>> Haskell, even though the tutorials don't seem to cover this.
>> i've seen a paper which lists 7 (as i remember) causes of small
>> Haskell popularity, including teaching, libraries, IDEs and so on. may
>> be someone will give us the url
> Is this the paper you are referring to?
> Philip Wadler. Why no one uses functional languages. ACM SIGPLAN
> Notices, 33(8):23--27, 1998.
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