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The Haskell School of Expression: Learning Functional Programming through Multimedia (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 27. April 2000

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'… a rather unusual and very interesting book for the functional programming community. The author's style is wonderful, and he is good at explaining the material … unique in the field of functional programming'. M. Ivanovi´c, Artificial Intelligence

'… a novel and intuitively appealing approach to teaching functional programming … could profitably be used for an advanced undergraduate course focusing on domain-specific languages in this area.' Journal of Functional Programming

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This book teaches functional programming as a way of thinking and problem solving, using Haskell, the most popular purely functional language. Rather than using the conventional examples commonly found in other programming language books, the author uses examples drawn from multimedia applications, including graphics, animation, and computer music.

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Probably good as a second book, but not a beginners book

- Some code just doesn't compile (I don't know why, I am a beginner ;-)

- Graphics code runs only on Windows

- By using a nice typeset for code in the book it is not equivalent to the code to be written to get correct code

- Code examples build too much on previous chapters

- Code examples are across page boundaries which is deadly for a language which uses syntactically significant whitespace (indentation)

- Most Haskell implementations provide an interactive mode, why is it not used in such a tutorial book?
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This book takes a nice approach to teaching functional programming. Paul Hudak uses fun examples, with applications to multimedia. Early on you are using the graphics library to make shapes in windows, and by the end there is Haskore, a cool way to compose music. However, these examples are not JUST fun, they also serve as nice examples of how to think about and construct functional programs, in domains where functional programs really excel. If you ever thought about learning what this stuff was about, this book is the right choice!
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This text is nicely produced and has some interesting examples of Haskell programming. However, the book is mainly examples of Haskell and functional programming rather than explanations of Haskell and FP. The exposition is spotty and assumes a lot. It would best be considered a second book for those learning Haskell.
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Für Einsteiger, ist dieses Buch zu empfehlen. Aber wer das Einsteigerdasein hinster sich lassen will könnte enttäuscht werden. Ich hatte gehofft, dass mir dieses Buch den nächsten Schritt erleichtern würde, aber das Meiste war mir schon geläufig.
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HASH(0x9e920f3c) von 5 Sternen The Haskell School of Expression 28. Juni 2004
Von George Spencer Young - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
As an experienced programmer new to Haskell I found this book both enlightening and frustrating. The author does a superb job of teaching you how to think like a functional programmer, his stated goal, but occasionally leaps over too many steps for a beginner to follow his implementations. The book is however quite readable and works well in conjunction with the various on-line tutorials on Haskell syntax. I'd recommend the book for anyone looking to get into serious functional programming.
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HASH(0x9e92a330) von 5 Sternen Interesting but not good for a first book. 1. Juli 2000
Von Wendell - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
This text is nicely produced and has some interesting examples of Haskell programming. However, the book is mainly examples of Haskell and functional programming rather than explanations of Haskell and FP. The exposition is spotty and assumes a lot. It would best be considered a second book for those learning Haskell.
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HASH(0x9e9278dc) von 5 Sternen Inspires investigation of Haskell using great examples 21. November 2005
Von calvinnme - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
C, Java, Pascal, Ada, and so on, are all imperative languages. They are "imperative" in the sense that they consist of a sequence of commands, which are executed strictly one after the other. Haskell is a functional language. A functional program is a single expression, which is executed by evaluating the expression. Anyone who has used a spreadsheet has experience of functional programming. In a spreadsheet, one specifies the value of each cell in terms of the values of other cells. The focus is on what is to be computed, not how it should be computed.
This book is a unique attempt to teach the reader the Haskell programming language by demonstrating how to write programs that perform interesting tasks such as animation, graphics, robot control, and functional music composition. The book succeeds at introducing the reader to the Haskell language and the idea of functional programming, and the book is a fascinating read with unique projects performed in the Haskell language. This is particularly true if you are interested in multimedia programming. However, intermediate features of the language are brushed over. If you are already familiar with Haskell, this book will teach you interesting ways to look at functional programming and give you some ideas for some interesting projects. If you are new to Haskell, you are going to find yourself somewhat confused when you get to the more advanced material. I therefore recommend that you read this book along with "Haskell:The Craft of Functional Programming" by Thompson. That book is not nearly as interesting as this book, but it fills in all of the intermediate details that are missing in a very detailed manner.
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HASH(0x9e928504) von 5 Sternen Outstanding book! 3. April 2000
Von Ein Kunde - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
This book takes a nice approach to teaching functional programming. Paul Hudak uses fun examples, with applications to multimedia. Early on you are using the graphics library to make shapes in windows, and by the end there is Haskore, a cool way to compose music. However, these examples are not JUST fun, they also serve as nice examples of how to think about and construct functional programs, in domains where functional programs really excel. If you ever thought about learning what this stuff was about, this book is the right choice!
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HASH(0x9e928270) von 5 Sternen Not a good first book 14. Juni 2005
Von Tanton Gibbs - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
This book is well thought out and well written, but makes a poor introduction to Haskell. The first few chapters are great as the author spends a lot of time laying the foundation of functional programming and Haskell. However, the author skips the intermediate level items and goes straight to the more difficult aspects without enough explanation. I simply could not follow many of the later examples. Furthermore, some of the chapters did not introduce any new concepts and instead were there only to complete the examples - something I found frustrating as that space could have been used to better describe some of the concepts. All in all this could be a good book for more advanced Haskellers looking for real world examples, but I would shy away from it.
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