[Haskell-cafe] [newbie]any nice code for newbie to read?
magnus at therning.org
Tue Dec 12 05:36:43 EST 2006
On Tue, Dec 12, 2006 at 13:53:57 +0900, 云杨 wrote:
> I am new to haskell,and have read some tutorial, but I would like to
>read some "real" code from "real" haskell project, I believe this will
>help me study and use haskell quickly.
> would anyone please give me some suggestion about opensource project
>a new haskell user should study?
> thanks you.
People post code on this list every now and then, often that code isn't
"newbie friendly" (my experience as a newbiw myself) but it's still
worth it trying to read and understand it.
There are a few open-source projects in haskell, at the moment I can
think of pugs, darcs and hpodder. I suspect that hpodder might be a
good place to start looking. Otherwise I think the majority of haskell
code is in libraries. It's been suggested that reading Prelude itself
is a good idea.
Another strategy would be to get others to comment on _your_ code, and
learning that way :-) My personal experience is that posting here, and
blogging are good ways of "sucking in" reviews.
Magnus Therning (OpenPGP: 0xAB4DFBA4)
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