Some day I’ll be a language designer

…and then I’ll understand why so many Haskell examples are examples of language interpreters. Until then, seriously, no one actually writes that kinda stuff, so honestly, it’s a silly example that we’ve really beaten to death. Give it up already. For real.

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  1. proyectoprincipia

     /  2 January, 2009

    We could say Haskell has been a language ‘from universities to universities’. As far as this change, what is finally happening very fast, interpreter won’t be a common example anymore.

    I mean academic papers will be the exception and not the rule.

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