[Haskell-cafe] Re: Beginner SOS
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Thu May 28 02:30:07 EDT 2009
On Wed, 27 May 2009 15:04:36 -0700, Thomas DuBuisson
<thomas.dubuisson at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> ?There are links to some great tutorials  and IRC
>>> information where you can get real-time help . ?Also there are some
>>> good books .
>>> I think most "recent" learners learned from YAHT , Gentle
>>> Introduction , and LYAH . ?I personall read  &  and
>>> eventually discovered , which is well written but last I checked
>>> isn't nearly a complete tutorial.
>> Did you forget the actual URLs?
>Indeed - that's what I get for copy/pasting between boxes.
> look for 'Real World Haskell' and 'The Craft of Functional Programming'
Another book that I would recommend is the following:
Programming in Haskell
by Graham Hutton
Duncan Coutts has written a book review on this title, in which he
highly recommends the book, at the following site:
Book Review: “Programming in Haskell” by Graham Hutton
by Duncan Coutts
There is also an eBook version of the above-mentioned title available
at the following site:
eBooks.com - Programming in Haskell eBook
Please keep in mind that, unlike most other books and tutorials on
Haskell, neither _Real World Haskell_ nor _Programming in Haskell_
assumes that the reader is highly mathematically-inclined.
-- Benjamin L. Russell
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