To Haskell or not to Haskell Sometimes a programming language’s reputation can hold it back despite it being the best solution in the marketplace. Haskell – a standardised, general-purpose functional programming language – is a case in point. (It was named after the logician Haskell Curry.) Programs in Haskell are a series of high-level generalisable functions that define what the program is intended to do, letting lower layers (compiler, runtime, and libraries) handle mundane low-level…

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