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Skip to 0 minutes and 13 secondsHey! We're at the end of the first week of our functional programming course. I hope you've enjoyed yourself. This week, we've looked at basic expressions and functions. We've studied a model of evaluation called reduction. And we've also introduced the list data type. If you're a Haskell novice, please tell us what you found to be particularly interesting or challenging this week in the comments section below. Hope to see you back again next week. Thanks. Bye!

End of Week 1

That’s the end of the first week. We hope you have enjoyed your first steps in Haskell programming. Let us know how you are getting on - please leave a comment below.

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Functional Programming in Haskell: Supercharge Your Coding

University of Glasgow

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    Brief History of Haskell

    What are the origins of the Haskell programming language? In this article, Dr Jeremy Singer explores the history of Haskell.