Posts tagged “haskell”
Apocalisp, who is also working through SOE, pointed out his new blog on the subject, yay!
1. In which a challenge is thrown, but there is a spanner in the works! Haskell suddenly became â€œimportantâ€ in the Perl community when Audrey Tang started to blog about Pugs, the prototype version of the Perl 6 interpreter/compiler. So, when I started looking at Haskell, I did so with another Perl-monger, larsen, one of [...]
I whined on IRC about my inability to do simple trig and dakkar kindly took me through the basics of a cosine. So I sat down later to look again at an exercise I'd skipped: 2.2 to defined the function: > regularPolygon :: Int -> Side -> Shape> But I realised that I still couldn't [...]
If I found the exercises in chapter 2 a little hard, the fact that thereare only two of them in this chapter should have been a warning… Amusingly, Hudak suggests that the module SOEGraphics will notevolve, as it is designed for the textbook, however, as it happens, ithas changed its API in a significant way [...]