Monthly Archives: May 2021

Monads Schmonads: Functional Input without tears (PYFL)

As I already explained, I’ve invented and implemented a simple functional language (PYFL) with a few interesting twists. Including a promising but simple approach to input.

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PYFL: Putting the fun back in functional programming

Haskell has been both a blessing and a curse for Functional Programming (FP.) A blessing because it has allowed many thousands to experience FP firsthand – by writing functional programs. They’ve discovered that it’s not that hard, that you can … Continue reading

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