[Haskell-cafe] Tutorial: Haskell for the Evil Genius
conal at conal.net
Fri Sep 14 19:53:02 CEST 2012
To save others the search, here's the/a reddit URL:
The terribly misleading/mistaken remarks on fib & memoization are still in
your post. As hammar commented on reddit commenter, you're not memoizing in
that example; just shadowing one fib definition with another (very partial)
one. (BTW, I highly recommend compiling with -Wall in all cases and then
addressing all reported issues. Doing so would have issued a shadowing
As a declarative language, Haskell manipulates expressions, eventually
> reducing expressions to values.
Huh? In what sense do declarative languages manipulate expressions? Sounds
like a classic syntax/semantics confusion, especially when interpreters
and/or lazy evaluation (implementation issues, not language properties) are
in the mix.
Regards, - Conal
On Fri, Sep 14, 2012 at 9:13 AM, Andrew Pennebaker <
andrew.pennebaker at gmail.com> wrote:
> I've gotten mixed feedback from Reddit for my tutorial. It provides an
> overview of how functional and declarative programming in Haskell empower
> baddies, increasing the accuracy and efficiency of their atomic
> superweapons. What do you guys think of my tutorial, Haskell for the Evil
> Genius <http://www.yellosoft.us/evilgenius/>?
> Andrew Pennebaker
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