Functional Programming, Glasgow 1992 Proceedings of the 1992 Glasgow Workshop on Functional Programming, Ayr, Scotland, 6-8 July 1992 by John Launchbury

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Statementedited by John Launchbury, Patrick Sansom
SeriesWorkshops in Computing, 1431-1682, Workshops in computing
ContributionsSansom, Patrick
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Format[electronic resource] :
Pagination1 online resource (VIII, 271 pages 39 illustrations).
Number of Pages271
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Open LibraryOL27040216M
ISBN 101447132157
ISBN 109781447132158
OCLC/WorldCa840277552

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Abstract. The use of monads to structure functional programs is described. Monads provide a convenient framework for simulating effects found in other languages, such as global state, exception handling, output, or Glasgow 1992 book Sansom, P.

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Jeuring and E. Meijer, editors, Advanced Functional Programming, Proceedings of the B astad Spring School, MaySpringer Verlag Lecture Notes in Computer Science A previous version of this note appeared in: M.

Broy, editor, Program Design Calculi, Proceedings of the Marktoberdorf Summer School, 30 July{8 August This is an introductory textbook on programming in general and functional programming in particulax. No knowledge of computers or experience in writing programs is assumed.

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Peyton Jones graduated from Trinity College, Cambridge in and went on to complete the Cambridge Diploma in Computer Science. Career and research. Peyton Jones worked in industry for two years before serving as a lecturer at University College London and, from toas a professor at the University of Glasgow.

Since he has worked as a researcher at Microsoft Research in Alma mater: University of Cambridge. A comprehensive history of functional programming languages covering all the major streams of development would require a much longer treatment than falls within the scope of a talk at TFP, it would probably need to be book length.

In what follows I have, rstly, focussed on the developments leading to Functional Programming. Haskell / ˈ h æ s k əl / is a general-purpose, statically typed, purely functional programming language with type inference and lazy evaluation.

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Skip to 3 minutes and 33 seconds And then the second half of the book covers some of the more advanced topics that might be in, for example, a second course on functional programming like reasoning about programs, programming with monads, with applicative functors, with functors, foldables, traversables.

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Functional Programming Matters John Hughes The University, Glasgow Abstract As software becomes more and more complex, it is more and more important to structure it well.

Well-structured software is easy to write and to debug, and provides a collection of modules that can be reused to reduce future programming costs.

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Simon Peyton Jones (born in South Africa on Janu [1]) is a British computer scientist who researches the implementation and applications of functional programming languages, particularly lazy functional languages.

He is an honorary Professor of Computer Science at the University of Glasgow and supervises PhD Students at the University of Cambridge. Peyton Jones graduated from. John LAUNCHBURY of Galois Inc., Portland | Read 89 publications | Contact John LAUNCHBURY Functional Programming, GlasgowProceedings of the Glasgow Workshop on Functional.

The Revised Report is published by Cambridge University Press, as a book "Haskell 98 language and libraries: the Revised Report", and also as a Special Issue of the Journal of Functional Programming 13(1) Jan The text and sources of the Report are neverthless still available online.

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Haskell adheres more to all the principles of functional programming than other languages but is considered challenging to write.

First released inthere are several implementations of Haskell, the Glasgow Haskell Compiler (GHC) being the most prominent. See functional programming and programming language. Partain. The nofib benchmark suite of Haskell programs. In Proceedings of the Glasgow Workshop on Functional Programming.

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