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From: Mattias Waldau <mattias.waldau@a...>
Subject: RE: [Caml-list] Books on FP
Cousineau and Mauny's "The Functional Approach to Programming" is okay,
especially if want to program ocaml (even it has this stupid approach to
have a slightly different syntax in the book, which is so common for
books written by academics :-)

What did you think about the O'Reilly book on www.ocaml.org?

I am still looking for a bug like "Advanced tricks for the
ML-programmer", something like "Advanced C++ Programming Styles and
Idioms"
by James O. Coplien.

/mattias

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