Posts Tagged ‘ haskell ’

Pandoc: your secret best friend in document translation

November 13, 2016

Pandoc is an universal document converter to convert Markdown, Org-Mode, Html, Word documents from one markup format into another  After using different tools, (including GNU info and SGML). I find out pandoc vert handy.

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Functional Programming In Depth, part II:Python and Scala retrospection

August 29, 2011
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This entry is part 15 of 18 in the series Programming LanguagesThis is the second article on functional programming. In the first one we talked about scala and the type inference system it brings in the Java Way of Life. I played a bit with python functional howto, building a small game. Before starting...

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WebHome < Helium < TWiki

July 27, 2009
WebHome < Helium < TWiki

Helium Helium Logo Helium is a functional programming language (a subset of Haskell) and a compiler designed especially for teaching. The main developers and initiators are Arjan van IJzendoorn, Rijk Jan van Haaften, Bastiaan Heeren and Daan Leijen. Currently, Jurriaan Hage, Bastiaan Heeren and Arie Middelkoop maintain the compiler and associated tools. For more...

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