FUNCTIONAL PROGRAMMING IN HASKELL full report
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 seminar class Active In SP Posts: 5,361 Joined: Feb 2011 28-03-2011, 09:39 AM presented by: Graham Hutton   functional.ppt (Size: 1.23 MB / Downloads: 71) What is Functional Programming? z Functional programming is style of programming in which the basic method of computation is the application of functions to arguments; z A functional language is one that supports and encourages the functional style. Example Why is it Useful? z This Course What is Hugs? z An interpreter for Haskell, and the most widely used implementation of the language; z An interactive system, which is well-suited for teaching and prototyping purposes; Hugs is freely available from: z The Standard Prelude z Function Application Examples z My First Script z Exercises z What is a Type? z Types in Haskell z Basic Types z List Types z Tuple Types z Function Types z Exercises z Curried Functions z Curry Conventions z The arrow ® associates to the right. z Polymorphic Types z Overloaded Types z Classes in Haskell z Exercises z Conditional Expressions z Guarded Equations z Pattern Matching z List Patterns z Lambda Expressions z Why Are Lambda's Useful? z Exercises z Set Comprehensions z Lists Comprehensions z Dependant Generators z Guards z Exercises z Introduction z Recursive Functions Why is Recursion Useful? z Some functions, such as factorial, are simpler to define in terms of other functions; z In practice, however, most functions can naturally be defined in terms of themselves; z Properties of functions defined using recursion can be proved using the simple but powerful mathematical technique of induction.

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