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From: james woodyatt <jhw@w...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] (Mostly) Functional Design?
On 18 Jul 2005, at 10:17, Doug Kirk wrote:
>
> First, since this thread was started by somebody asking for ideas on 
> learning FP, I can site a couple of printed resources that have helped 
> me, but none are written using Ocaml:
>
> "Haskell School of Expression", Hudak, ISBN 0-52164-4089
> "Algorithms: A Functional Programming Approach", Rabhi, Lapalme, ISBN 
> 0-20159-6040
> "Structure & Interpretation of Computer Programs", Sussman, Abelson, 
> Sussman, ISBN 0-26269-2201

I would add that a good tutorial on monads is a resource that every 
functional programmer should read for comprehension.  I haven't found 
one that I can recommend without hesitation, but here's a candidate:

	<http://www.nomaware.com/monads/html/>


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j h woodyatt <jhw@wetware.com>
that's my village calling... no doubt, they want their idiot back.